St Anne’s & St Agnes Church
St Anne and St Agnes Church, founded in the 12th Century, was one of over 50 churches to be rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren after The Great Fire of London in the 17th Century. Its unusual double dedication, unique in the City, seems to have been acquired sometime in the 15th Century. A Grade 1 listed building, the church is now used by the Lutheran Church. It also hosts popular classical and jazz seasons, including a varied program of lunchtime concerts.
Scope of Works
The project involved the installation of a new sustainable LED lighting and control system, complete with all associated electrical works and commissioning services. The work comprised fitting of all luminaires, power and control containment and providing a comprehensive NICEIC periodic inspection. An exciting project to be involved with and we thank St Anne’s & St Agnes Church for entrusting us to deliver.