Kingspan Stadium – Ulster Rugby, Belfast 2023-07-10T07:48:20+00:00

Project Description

Project Description

Kingspan Stadium – Ulster Rugby

Ravenhill Stadium is a rugby stadium located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is the home of Ulster Rugby. With the opening of a new stand for the 2014 Heineken Cup quarter-final against Saracens on 5 April 2014, the capacity of the stadium is now 18,196. The stadium is owned by the Irish Rugby Football Union.

A six-figure investment by Ulster Rugby, visitors to Kingspan Stadium will now benefit from a range of state-of-the-art facilities. The upgrades included a new digital turnstile scanners, LED floodlights, two High Definition big screens, the latest audio-visual technology in the A&L Goodbody Premium Lounge, along with an improved queuing system and an increased number of contactless terminals for the many on-site bars – are all designed to enhance the matchday experience for spectators at the 18,000 capacity sports arena.

Project Details

Electrical scope of work:

With our partners Musco Lighting, McSherry Electrical designed and built the new LED floodlights which will be a noticeable difference for spectators and various media and broadcast partners. With an increase in light intensity of almost 50% to 1200 Lux, the new lights will significantly reduce energy use and increase efficiency.

Design Engineer: McSherry Electrical, Musco Lighting

Duration: 3 Weeks