Photo 1: Street lighting improvement works designed and completed by Matrix EE in a residential area suffering from ASB in Bow, London.
Photo 2: A previous installation was 1m high bollard lighting which was constantly being vandalised.
Photo 3: Ground lights installed to replace the bollards proved unreliable and had been poorly installed by 'others'. They were completely removed in our improvement works.
Photo 4: Local residents were very happy with the new reliable LED street lighting solution provided by Matrix EE which also minimised light reflection on the adjacent dwellings.
Photo 5: Groundworks cable laying depth checked.
Photo 6: Conduit ducting laid in the ground for the street lights power supply cables.
Photo 7: Pulling the supply cables into position for the new street light columns.
Photo 8: Ensuring the street light column is straight and level.
Photo 9: Supply cable safety marker tapes laid out.
Photo 10: Preparing the installation's power supply to safety isolation cut-outs and earthing works.
Photo 11: Preparing the supply cable to power the LED lantern fitting, completing the lantern fitting ready for switch on and testing.
Photo 12: The photocell has been covered over to test that the lantern's working whilst it's still daylight.
Photo 13: Matrix EE responded within the hour when called out to a street light damaged in a collision with a car in Walthamstow, London. N.B. We don't believe it was the street light's fault.
Photo 14: The severely leaning column was cut down and made safe electrically pending further repairs. Hmmm, those tyres look dodgy, would that be why the car skidded and crashed?
Photo 15: The old column stump removed and then replaced with a new 6m tapered column matching the existing and fitted out with a safety isolation cut-out and earthing works.
Photo 16: The original lantern was able to be salvaged and was refitted onto the new column. It's now restored back into full service and working again.
Photo 17: A new homes development site street lighting installation completed in Tiptree, Essex.
Photo 18: Works undertaken by Matrix EE for the deveopment company to install street lighting circuits for the new roads being built.
Photo 19: Feeder pillars installed at various locations for street lighting circuit power supplies.
Photo 20: New LED lanterns on new columns installed on part adopted/unadopted highway street lighting networks.
Photo 21: Faulty bollard lighting brought back into full service by Matrix EE on a private road residential area in Birmingham.
Photo 22: New LED lanterns were installed replacing the old unreliable and failing lanterns on a residential private road.
Photo 23: Faulty bollard lighting brought back into full service in a private residential back garden area in Birmingham..
Photo 24: Faulty bollard lighting also brought back into full service in a private residential front garden.
Photo 25: New LED Victorian Heritage style lantern installed to replace a damaged unit on a private road in Leytonstone, London.
Photo 26: New LED lanterns installed and mounted on a double arm bracket to replace old faulty and failing units in a residential car park in Tottenham, London.
Photo 27: New LED. lanterns installed to replace old faulty and failing units in a residential garden area in Clapham, London.
Photo 28: New LED lanterns installed to replace old faulty and failing units in a residential garden.
Photo 29: Victorian Hertitage style lantern hit and damaged by a large delivery vehicle in Bromley and deemed to be beyond reasonable repair.
Photo 30: A replacement lantern to match the existing unit was sourced and then installed, the street light is now back in full service.
Photo 31: Private road management company in Sutton requested an upgrade of their old roadway lanterns to new LED units.
Photo 32: New LED roadway lanterns installed to replace the existing fittings.