Ashton Old Baths

Building:

This refurbished buildingĀ is a unique new digital, creative and media hub which is segmented into several self-contained, free-standing office pods inside the original structure of the building, which dates back to 1870.

Brief:

To maximise cost savings, it was important to install a lighting control solution which provides a good level of coverage without being obtrusive for tenants.

Solution:

To deliver this level of lighting control, a combination of adjustable head, flush mounted MWS3A microwave detectors, and compact, flush-mounted EBDSPIR passive infrared (PIR) presence detectors were specified.

Fact:

The Grade II-listed Ashton Old Baths sat empty for 40 years before Manchester property developer PlaceFirst and Tameside Council implemented a complete refurbishment programme.