LTP illuminates A63 Princes Quay Bridge / Murdoch’s Connection in Hull

LTP Integration has designed, supplied and installed decorative lighting and task lighting to the new build A63 Princes Quay Bridge / Murdoch’s Connection in Hull.

Working alongside Matter Architecture / McDowell Benedetti (architects), Arup (structural engineers) and Interserve (principal contractor), LTP Integration was responsible for illuminating the bridge spine, portals, ramps and stairs.

A63 Princes Quay Bridge / Murdoch's Connection - Completion - LTP Integration

For the decorative lighting, we used 18 circuits of Lumos Polaris RGBW Linear set within the bridge spine and portals.

Medium and narrow beam BEGA 3000K downlights were specified for the task lighting.

The ramps and stairs boast a total of 143 Sartre LED Stanchion Integrated Vertical Luminaires – a new product from LUG Light Factory.

The entire architectural lighting for Princes Quay Bridge / Murdoch’s Connection is managed via a Pharos lighting control system.

This intuitive lighting control setup allows the client (Hull City Council) to quickly and easily change the colours of the various bridge elements to mark special occasions or key events in the calendar.

For more detail on the project, please see our Case Study.

Contact us today on +44 (0)1554 740500 or info@ltpintegration.com to discuss your bridge lighting project.