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Lighting strategy and design on the Olympic Park to meet the needs of the Games and long term legacy

Kay Hughes, Head of Design, Olympic Delivery Authority

From: Lighting the Olympic Games, 27 February 2012, London

27 February 2012  Power channel

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With renewable powering methodologies close to the centre of the lighting programmes, briefings will be received on the lighting design (including mini wind turbines and photo voltaics implementation, lux levels, lamp types, energy consumption and generation, impact on wildlife) and lighting towers by prefabrication at ground level and lifting in place to avoid working at height.

Kay speaks about:

* Lighting strategy and the Lighting design master plan
* General common procurement, stakeholders requirements
* Strategic thinking in relation to common procurement
* Lighting levels and retaining potential for enhancement for the Games

About the speaker

Kay has 15 years experience delivering complex, multifaceted and award winning projects as a client representative, and 25 years within the construction industry. She has significant experience initiating and delivering major projects, and programmes within multi-stakeholder environments and is currently Head of Design at the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA). She has been at the ODA since 2006, leading on the design briefing and delivery of the Olympic Park and the buildings in it,

She was formerly Senior Client representative for British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Estate Department, leading on the delivery of and number of international Embassy projects in Warsaw, Bangkok, Madrid, Istanbul and Skopje. Prior to that, she worked at Sport England on both small and large scale project review and funding; including involvement with the Manchester Commonwealth Games.

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