Trinity College Multipurpose Facility
In August 2016, Trinity College celebrated the completion of their new Multipurpose facility. As Sport is one of the four pillars that make up the Trinity College ethos, the Multipurpose facility was designed to cater to a wide variety of sporting activities and assembly functions. The planning and construction of this building, designed by architectural firm Parry & Rosenthal Architects, has been 3-4 years in the making.
In order to accommodate the elite sporting prowess of Trinity College and their sporting programs, the lighting design and performance needed to be of the highest quality for the application in aesthetics, performance and adaptability. ETC - Engineering Technology Consultants selected Cree 228 recessed canopy lights in collaboration with Mondoluce, for the sleek, minimalist design of the luminaires to compliment the architecture, ceiling and internal wall features of the newly designed Multipurpose facility. These low maintenance, energy efficient LEDs provided increased visibility for the multitude of internal sporting activities and dimmable function provides full lighting flexibility for assemblies via a C-Bus Lighting Control System.
The College encourages their students to strive for excellence and to set high goals and standards for themselves in a sporting capacity, so it was imperative that the design and construction of the Trinity College’s Multipurpose facility is a full reflection of this.
Parry and Rosenthal Architects
Electrical Engineer/Lighting Design:
ETC - Engineering Technology Consultants