In partnership with Pierlite, Kerfoot have recently completed lighting upgrades to the City of Sydney’s aquatic and community centres.

The replacement of older, less efficient lighting at the Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre, Wilcox Moffin building, Sydney Town Hall, Cook and Phillip Park Pool, Victoria Park Pool, Ultimo Community Centre and Redfern Community Centre aims to help the City of Sydney reduce carbon emissions by an estimated 540 tonnes.

Kerfoot Project Manager Mathew Bray said “Without changing the aesthetic of these much loved community venues, we have delivered a lighting solution to the City of Sydney which is a lot friendlier to the environment and much more energy efficient than the systems which were previously installed. We’re very proud to have helped the City of Sydney to reduce their carbon footprint”.

BDT Engraving was part of the team that supplied all the electrical, identification, switchboard, valve tags and machine labels required for this facility.

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