Each project is unique. Whichever sector we are working in – commercial, industrial or residential – we strive to design and install electrical systems that complement the building, enhance the signature look of a business or residence and fulfil the requirements of a client’s brief, using cutting-edge technologies.
Sleek and elegant with a contemporary feel, Ichiryu Udon offers Londoners traditional Japanese cuisine both as a highly sophisticated fast food and as an informal dining experience reflected by the restaurants interior.
Lighting was at the forefront of the architectural design and needed to enhance the warm woods and bronze elements of the decorative scheme. This was achieved through special effects such as suspended, track and perimeter lighting systems, while the open ceiling allowed us to maximise the space and install a large bespoke feature light, which is a decorative highlight of the restaurant.
‘We have worked with CA Electrical for a number of years and they are always very professional in their approach to contracts they have undertaken. There is no job too big or small for the company to undertake and all the works undertaken have been completed to an exceptionally high standard. They are always willing to visit the site immediately if an emergency arises. I would have no hesitation in recommending CA Electrical for any electrical installation.’
Simon Taylor – Managing Director at Bluecrow Projects
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Part of the exciting new Broadgate Circle quarter, ShoRyu Ramen Broadgate was an electrical dream – a new build that offered an opportunity for us to be creative.
The lighting employed was designed to showcase the restaurant’s impressive open-style bar and kitchen, while numerous uplights were installed to highlight the wooden branches and trees woven through the tables and flooring.
ShoRyu Ramen Covent Garden had an entirely different aesthetic. The lighting had to be in keeping with the character of the Grade II listed building, so we used warm white, narrow beam, low-wattage LEDs to create a romantic and intimate feel that matched the building’s charm.
Both projects were fitted with with ultra-modern three phase commercial kitchens, Lutron lighting systems and intruder alarm/CCTV equipment.
‘Over the last 3 years I’ve worked with CA Electrical on a number of restaurant projects. Chris and his team have always been extremely professional, and always show the same level of care and attention to detail no matter how large or small the works are. They have an innovative approach and a 'can do' attitude to problem-solving on site. CA Electrical continue to be valuable and reliable members of our design and construction team.’
Michael Kewer – Japan Centre
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An ongoing project for the past two years, Bedford Heights is a commercial office space that occupies over 200,000 square feet. The electrical brief was to reflect the building’s stylish and contemporary feel: it is notable for its striking glass exterior, open plan layout, alfresco courtyards and warehouse-style diner.
Daylight LED panels were used throughout to help ensure a ‘bright and healthy’ workspace for the building’s tenants. For the conference suites we installed the most innovative audiovisual equipment to ensure business requirements are met with a highly functional meeting space offering advanced HD and wireless technologies. Movable walls within the suites offer clients a flexible space and the electrical engineering was integrated to suit these diverse needs.
The Graze Café had a raw and simplistic interior design brief. To heighten the warehouse feel, we left our electrical containment exposed and installed industrial-style lighting and brushed steel switchgear that complements the concrete, wood and exposed brick interior.
‘We are extremely pleased with the works undertaken by CA Electrical. Their professionalism on site and quality of electrical works set them above previous electrical contractors and we look forward to working with them in future projects’.
Josh Nellis-Pain – Director @ Acme developments