Lighting : LIGHTING Feb-Mar 2018
20 LIGHTING MAGAZINE | February/March 2018 “Each requires a bespoke solution. The venue design and rigging opportunities can significantly alter how a sport is lit between venues,” he says. In terms of environmental considerations, Cutler says the impact of the overall lighting environment is carefully considered for legacy installations and must meet all local regulations for environmental impact. “GC2018 is an event operating in existing sports fields where residents are used to night games as well as outdoor venues that will be built on a temporary basis for the Games,” he says. “The outdoor lighting provided by GOLDOC’s overlay lighting supplier is on the cutting edge of LED sports lighting with fixtures engineered to reduce spill. This means there is more light where it’s needed and less in the surrounding areas.” The new Coomera Indoor Sports Centre is a multi-purpose facility which will host the GC2018 netball finals along with artistic and rhythmic gymnastics. Image supplied by GOLDOC. The Coomera Indoor Sports Centre is an important piece of community infrastructure for one of the Gold Coast’s fastest growing regions. Image supplied by GOLDOC.
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