TES have recently completed a project for the world renowned Royal Academy of Arts. From its initial conception in 1768 The Royal Academy of Arts has promoted art and artists through exhibitions, education and debate.
The Royal Academy, based in Piccadilly, underwent an extensive redevelopment programme involving a physical connection between two of the buildings at the Royal Academy site in preparation for their 250th Anniversary in 2018. The new link created a connection between Burlington House and Burlington Gardens and included an extensive refurbishment to the existing buildings.
As part of the refurbishment works TES were awarded the contract for the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the LV distribution equipment for Royal Academy buildings. Commenting on the project TES Business Development Manager Brian O’Neill said “it was a great honour to be chosen as the manufacturer of the new LV distribution equipment on this project and play a small part in the next chapter of the 250 year history of the Royal Academy of Arts.”
TES manufacture a range of low voltage switchgear, suitable for a range of applications, in order to find out more and to view similar projects completed by TES please visit the TES Power site.
To find out more information about the Royal Academy of Arts please visit www.royalacademy.org.uk