The gallery below presents a small selection of projects delivered by Resourceable Ltd. and demonstrates how we can provide guaranteed savings in a variety of environments.
MJM Interior Build has evolved into a leading international specialist in new build, refurbishment and fit-out services to the marine, commercial and private sectors. With a multitude of offers (about 10!) from various sources to contend with, Resourceable encourage the customer to discuss their project with various independent industry professionals. In the meantime we provided the customer with trial light fittings to highlight the differences in lighting technologies. We were delighted when MJM chose us to carry out the project which necessitated a complete retrofit of the factory lighting using the latest SMART, IP rated fittings, which were installed by our installation partner JR Electrical NI. Using specialist products from Hilclare, the project was a resounding success.
John Thompson & Sons has been supplying high quality feed to the market for over 100 years. During this time they have pioneered some key innovations in feeding technology and helped farmers across Ireland to grow their produce and their profits. Resourceable was chosen to deliver a bespoke lighting solution with very aggressive savings required. At the same time light levels needed to be vastly improved.
We advised the customer on IP and ATEX ratings, lighting technologies and sensor controls and by working very closely with the customer at all stages of the project, the project was completed on time, on budget and our goal of a first class project and a delighted customer was met.
Creative Composites is the UK's most advanced composites manufacturer. At the leading edge of what can be achieved with composites, they supply solutions to a wide selection of blue chip clients. Resourceable delivered a turnkey lighting solution replacing almost 250 light fittings and delivering over £40,000/annum in savings. We were also able to secure a substantial grant for the customer. Project payback was 14 months.