LED Retrofit Works commencing at a number of locations across Kerry County – July 2024

 

 

Le Chéile Lighting Specialists, acting on behalf of Cork County Council as the Lead Authority on the Public Lighting Energy Efficiency Project, South West Region (PLEEP-SW), will be carrying out public lighting works at a number of locations across Kerry County.

LED Retrofit Works commencing: July 2024 in the Municipal Districts of Tralee and Listowel, and will progress through Kenmare, Killarney, Castleisland – Corca Dhuibhne.

 

The project supported by the Road Management Office (RMO) in conjunction with various Local Authorities across Ireland, will see a number of regions countrywide retrofitted in stages with energy efficient LED street lights over the next year as part of the government’s drive to assist Local Authorities in reaching their energy efficiency targets by 2030.

The South West Region will see over 61,000 public street lights retrofitted across counties Cork, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and Waterford. Cork County Council is the lead Local Authority for South West Region.

Our works in the most part will present little or no disruption to the public or businesses within your area, and your power will not be interrupted. Some deployment of temporary traffic management may be required in areas of high traffic volume or narrow roads to facilitate safe access to streetlights for work crews. In rare instances, access to private premises or businesses may be affected where civil (excavation) works are necessary.

Should you have any questions regarding any of the above, please do not hesitate to contact us by any of the communication methods on this leaflet.

We thank you in advance for your co-operation.

LED Retrofit Works commencing at a number of locations across Waterford County – July 2024

 

Le Cheile Lighting Specialists. acting on behalf of Cork County Council as the Lead Authority on the Public Lighting Energy Efficiency Project, South West Region (PLEEP-SW), will be carrying out public lighting works at a number of locations across Waterford County.

LED Retrofit Works commencing: July 2024 in the Municipal District of Dungarvan-Lismore, and will progress through Comeragh and Waterford City.

The project supported by the Rood Management Office (RMO) in conjunction with various Local Authorities across Ireland, will see a number of regions countrywide retrofitted in stages with energy efficient LED street lights over the next year as port of the governmenrs drive to assist Local Authorities in reaching their energy efficiency targets by 2030. The South West Region will see over 61,000 public street lights retrofitted across counties Cork, Clore, Limerick, Kerry and Waterford. Cork County Council is the lead Local Authority for South West Region. Our works in the most port will present little or no disruption to the public or businesses within your area, and your power will not be interrupted. Some deployment of temporary traffic management may be required in areas of high traffic volume or narrow roods to facilitate safe access to streetlights for work crews. In rare instances, access to private premises or businesses may be affected where civil (excavation) works ore necessary. Should you hove any questions regarding any of the above, please do not hesitate to contact us by any of the communication methods on this leaflet. We thank you in advance for your co-operation.

Surveying and retrofitting lights throughout Municipal Districts of Bandon/Kinsale, Carrigaline and East and West Cork

We at LeCheile are surveying and retrofitting lights throughout Municipal Districts of Bandon/Kinsale, Carrigaline and East and West Cork at present. Le Chéile is making great progress with the survey. In Cork (100%), Waterford (100%), Kerry (100%), Clare (68%) and Limerick (89%) have been surveyed so far.

We have retrofitted 5146 (19%) of lights throughout Cork. In the Municipal Districts of Bandon/Kinsale (72%), Carrigaline (33%), East Cork (19%), and West Cork (8%) have been retrofitted. We have received extremely positive feedback from residents in these areas regarding the new lighting.

We are committed to keeping the public informed of the progress. Our recent ads in the Corkman and The Avondhu outline the progress being made.

Safety Initiative held in Rochestown Park Hotel

Here we are at the recent Safety Initiative held recently in Rochestown Park Hotel. Site management, ASafe Global, Quinn Environmental, Safety and Logistics, RSA and the LeCheile team were all in attendance.

(L to R) Sean Quinn (Quinn ESL) Rory O Connor (Contracts manager, LeCheile Lighting) TJ O Connor (RSA) Anne Conway (ASafe Global) Suljejman Zogic (Quinn ESL) and the LeCheile Lighting team.

November Safety Observation Winner

Le Cheile Contracts Manager Rory O’Connor (R) presenting Peter Rainsford (L) with a prize for winning our November Safety Observation.

Documenting regular safety observations ensures a safer workplace. Well done Peter.