91107-PROJECT BOOK VOL.II

 

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PROJECTBOOK | VOL. II

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Dear Reader, In this second edition of the Project Book we try to offer you other important best practices realized with our partners across the world. The selected projects are just some examples of our expertise gained during the latest 50 years of activities. Indeed, this edition is even more important than the previous one: not only because we would like to demonstrate once again our expertise in lighting market, but also because this year is our Gold Jubilee, an important milestone as told by these and other important projects. We strongly believe that light is a fundamental element for the life of human beings: that’s why, during this year, already very representative for our company, we sponsor the International Year of Light, to highlight the company’s commitment in favor of knowledge and awareness of every human being on the way in which the light-based technologies can promote sustainable development and provide solutions to global challenges, in energy, education, agriculture and health. Enjoy the reading! We do it better. We do it together. Luciano Parravicini Chairman President Fael Spa

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WE DO IT BETTER

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WE DO IT TOGETHER

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FRIULI Arena Italy LM ONE ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT U.A.E. 6 RHO-Monza highway Italy proximo al ain equestrian shooting and golf club U.A.E. 10 LM MAX METRO COLOMBO URBAN DEV. PROJECT Sri Lanka CHALLENGE / Proximo 14 18 BATE BORISOV STADIUM Byelorussia LM ONE 22 PALACE OF FENCING MAGINI Italy MACH 5 LED TAIPEI TIEN MU BASEBALL FIELD Taiwan WESTPORTS multi-cargo TERMINAL Malaysia 23 LM ONE 24 AFAS Stadium The Netherlands COMPLEXE SPORTIF PRINCE MOULAY ABDELLAH Morocco 25 LM ONE 26 MACH 5 27 POLIEDRO DE CARACAS Venezuela LM ONE SENEGAL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Sénégal 28 LM ONE Panama Canal Expansion Panama 28 LM ONE 29 LM 1000 29 LM MAX IN THIS VOLUME 5

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unique, stunning within Italian stadia panorama 6

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The main purpose of the project of the new Friuli Stadium is to create a modern, safe, sustainable sports facility to offer a unique experience to all users that can represent a positive hallmark for the morphology and architecture of the territory. For the lighting aspect, the Udinese Calcio Company has chosen Fael LUCE to illuminate its own team. The proposed solution is perfectly in line with the objectives of the entire project and able to allow a reduction of the installed power, ensuring, maintaining the same levels of illumination, an energy requirement for night events lower than at present. The professional lighting design has ensured compliance to all applicable standards and best practice. The on-site results also ensure high lighting performance, safety and energy efficiency, by providing the correct lighting levels at all game times. Mr. Cogo, Fael LUCE’s Lighting Designer, who made up the lighting design scheme throughout the project, explains: “Lighting of the pitch complies to the highest standards as usual for Fael LUCE while the lighting of the stand is extremely comfortable for people watching the game.” Fael LUCE is official supplier of Udinese Calcio Company. Recommendation: FIFA Edition 2011 FOCUS ON: FRiuli arena 7 LIGHTMASTER ONE 2000W HF FRIULI ARENA Udine, Italy

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A result that goes far beyond the expectations, considering a level of illumination required by the project equal to 1500 Lux and also forwardlooking, as, from 2016, UEFA states that the average vertical illuminance should be 1650 Lux. 8

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In aggregate, Fael LUCE will deliver 410 LIGHTMASTER ONE, of 2000 and 1000W with a vertical average illuminance higher than 1800 lux. A result that goes far beyond the expectations, considering a level of illumination required by the project equal to 1500 Lux and also forwardlooking, as, from 2016, UEFA states that the average vertical illuminance should be 1650 Lux. The renovation project includes four phases. The Phase 1, already completed in August 2014, a few days before the opening of the National Football Season, has provided for the demolition of the main and opposite stands, the removal of existing light towers and the provision of a temporary lighting system able to ensure 1500 vertical Lux, as required by UEFA. To achieve such objectives, Fael LUCE provided 214 LIGHTMASTER ONE of 1000 and 2000W placed on the edge of the arc of the main stand, under the cover and on three temporary light towers positioned on the opposite side of the main stand (each one with 24 floodlights, at an installation height of 27 meters). The first phase of the project has proved to be even more delicate because the lighting value was intended to ensure the practicability of the stadium and enable television coverage by SKY, allowing the Udinese Calcio Company to carry out both home games of the National football season that any international matches. This stage was successfully passed, with the consent of the competent bodies (the Police, Public Entertainment, SKY TV and Udinese Calcio), which approved the system to be able to play the home football games. Subsequent Phases 2, 3 and 4 provide the construction of the new NORTH covered stand, the construction of the grandstand (opposite the main stand) and the completion of the SOUTH covered stand in order to complete the arena for the upcoming National Football Season 2015/2016. WE DO IT BETTER - WE DO IT TOGETHER Floodlights type: LIGHTMASTER ONE 2000W HF KEY FIGURES Horizontal Illuminance (Eh) Horizontal Uniformity U1 U2 2200 Lux 0.83 0.92 Vertical Illuminance (Ev) main TV Camera Vertical Uniformity U1 U2 2380 Lux 0.68 0.78 FOCUS ON: FRiuli arena 9 THE SOLUTION

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AIRPORT’S MASTERPIECE 10

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The Abu Dhabi International Airport, operated by Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), is the second largest airport in the UAE and one of the fastest growing airports in the world in passengers, new airline operators, and infrastructure development. Its expansion is part of the Abu Dhabi 2030 MasterPlan, aimed to transform the desert into the ‘Garden of the Gulf’ through a design that responds to its natural environment, while meeting the needs of the rapidly expanding capital. Thought as the gateway to the city, the Midfield Terminal Building (MTB), so called for its placement between two runways, is the centerpiece of this expansion program. Raised up from the road level, it gives the appearance of sitting on its own plateau, a dominant and awesome structure silhouetted against the horizon. ADAC, with a strong Corporate Social Responsibility policy and mainly oriented in the development of a sustainable future in aviation, imposed project criteria totally focused on energy efficiency, low cost of ownership at a competitive pricing. Recommendation: Icao FOCUS ON: ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 11 LIGHTMASTER MAX 1000W ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

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Only the asymmetric floodlights allow to minimize to zero the emission of light output toward the sky up, thereby comply with the national and international recommendations regarding the light pollution. 12

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Fael LUCE team, thanks to the several years of experience in lighting industry, suggested LIGHTMASTER MAX, the asymmetric solution aimed to clear the “obtrusive light”. This professional asymmetric solution satisfies any relevant design requirements, achieving highest lighting efficiency. The studies of specific asymmetric optics allowed to reach significant results and high luminous efficiency combined with elevated uniformity, that leads to obtain large energy savings in any facilities, in compliance with requirements of protection against light pollution. Only LIGHTMASTER MAX allows to minimize to zero the emission of light output toward the sky up, thereby comply with the national and international recommendations regarding the light pollution. Such solution allow the following benefits: • More convenience in servicing and loading in terms of visibility and security; • Does not cause glare in the eyes of the pilots, passengers and service personnel; • Ensures lighting uniformity; • Insures lighting values established by ICAO. In this project, FAEL Engineering staff suggested an asymmetrical solution to meet perfectly all the requests of the International Hub to minimize zero spill light emission as well a comfortable illumination values for the different Aircrafts operations. WE DO IT BETTER - WE DO IT TOGETHER Floodlights type: LIGHTMASTER MAX asymmetric trapezoidal beam FOCUS ON: ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 13 THE SOLUTION

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