Leicester-based provider of specialist electrical LED lighting installations, Ventola Projects, has just completed a major project at the newly re-launched Cheshire Oaks Tenpin bowling centre near Ellesmere Port.
Cheshire Oaks has invested more than £1 Million in the recent transformation which includes the latest technology, new attractions and will create more than 25 new jobs. Ventola Projects helped to implement some of this latest technology.
Managing Director, Mick Ventola and his team assisted the venue in achieving its ultimate objective: to change the dynamic of the existing design, ensuring high quality white lighting plus the inclusion of vibrant colours through the site.
Functionality and controllability were high on the wish-list of the client and neither of these proved to be a challenge for Ventola who understood the wants and needs of the entertainment facility. As per the brief, the finished systems allowed the global control of the facility in just one action, but also offered the flexibility of controlling specific areas separately either via the main controls, from an app or from another PC elsewhere in the building.
The entire project, completed in just three weeks, included the installation of lighting across the bar, restaurant, seating area and ten pin bowling alley.
Utilising a variety of products from the VAvR LED range, including Linear Optics, CS16 Downlights, CS4 Downlights and VAvR Pixel Tape, Ventola Projects matched the client’s exact needs with the best-suited system available. As well as meeting every detail of the original brief, the Ventola solution incorporated low energy products, removed the need for mains power to any of the fixtures and offered easy ‘plug and play’ installation to minimise future maintenance needs.
A spokesperson for Cheshire Oaks Tenpin bowling has said: “We are very satisfied with the end result and amazed at the functionality of the VAvR LED lighting system, its vibrant colour effects and how it also incorporates conventional white LED lighting for general day to day use at the simple touch of an icon on a computer screen.”
The client wasn’t the only one to be pleased with the end result. Founder and Managing Director, Mick Ventola said: “This was a great piece of work for us and it was really exciting to be part of such a major project. The total transformation has been much anticipated by the people wanting to enjoy the facilities. I’d have to say we were particularly proud of the end result of our installations, and the lighting in this state-of-the-art venue looked amazing.”