Modular Wiring Previous Projects


22 Bishopsgate


22 Bishopsgate is a commercial skyscraper under construction in London. It will occupy a prominent site in the City of London financial district, and is set to stand 278 m (912 ft) tall with 62 storeys.System Application: 22 Bishopsgate is being supplied with an armoured modular wiring system to feed lighting control modules c/w integral data together with all fan coil units, blind control boxes, cleaners sockets etc. as well as all lighting and power requirements in the Cores. All luminaire leads will also be supplied comprising 5-core leads free-issued to the luminaire manufacturers. Modular Wiring pre-wired nearly 600 distribution boards which will accelerate the install time on site and provide a complete plug and play solution to the tallest building in the City.

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London Development


London Development Project, London

This mammoth office project designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox will deliver a headquarters office scheme for Goldman Sachs near to Farringdon Road station. The large footprint replacement nine-storey office block has been designed to achieve a BREEAM excellent rating
System Application: The London Development Project is being supplied with an unarmoured modular wiring system to feed lighting c/w integral Dali control throughout back of house, corridor and core areas. Luminaire leads will be free-issued to the luminaire manufacturers.




The Leadenhall Building or ‘Cheesegrater’ due to its distinctive wedge shape profile is a 48 storey commercial office building in the heart of the City of London. At 224m (735 ft), it is the fourth tallest building in London.System Application: The Cheesegrater was supplied with an armoured modular wiring system to feed lighting control modules c/w integral data, and an armoured power system for fan coil units.


The Shard


Modular Wiring Systems has won the order to supply pre fabricated power and lighting distribution systems for multiple floors of The Shard. One of London’s most iconic landmarks, The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe and will include offices, restaurants, a hotel, exclusive residential apartments and the capital's highest viewing gallery.


Heathrow Terminal 5


London Heathrow Terminal 5’s main building in the complex is the largest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom. Terminal 5 is designed to ultimately handle 35 million passengers a year.System Application: Each and every Modular Wiring component supplied to the project was a bespoke items designed for the application. A living proof of Modular Wiring Ltd.’s ability to adapt to the customers specific needs.


Bloomberg Place


Bloomberg Place occupies 3.2 acres and comprises two buildings, connected by glazed bridges across a retail arcade that bisects the site, reinstating an historic route that once connected Cannon Street with Watling Street. At ten-storeys, with a two-storey colonnaded base, six office floors and two levels set back above the cornice line at the very top, the buildings’ height complements neighbouring structures and protects views of St Paul’s Cathedral.System Application: Bloomberg Place was supplied with an armoured modular wiring system to feed lighting control modules c/w integral data, an armoured power system for fan coil units together with high level spurs for world clocks etc. All luminaire leads were also supplied comprising 5-core armoured leads free-issued to the luminaire manufacturers.


Wembley Stadium


New Wembley, located in norrth west London, opened in 2007 on the site of the previous 1923 structure. The 90,000 capacity venue is the second largest stadium in Europe, and serves as England's national stadium.System Application: This has got to be one of Modular Wiring’s crown jewels! A bespoke lighting distribution system was designed to handle all the lighting arrangements. Due to extraordinary long cable runs, a 4mm 2 system had to be adapted to overcome the voltage drops.


The Dome


Dome is the largest of its type in the world. Externally, it appears as a large white marquee with twelve 100 m-high yellow support towers, one for each month of the year, or each hour of the clock face, representing the role played by Greenwich Mean Time. In plan view it is circular, 365 m in diameter ― one metre for each day of the year ― with scalloped edges.System Application: A challenging project stretching Modular Wiring Ltd’s technical staff’s abilities to the limit crating a mix of both standard and bespoke modular components to reach the clients requirements.


The Scalpel


52 Lime Street, also known as “The Scalpel”.

At 42 storeys, 52 Lime Street is a tall, yet sympathetic addition to the City cluster, designed with particular regard to distant and local views. Its simple geometric form is reinforced by partially reflective glass and bright metallic fold lines. Its form enabled improvements to the north-south route through the city block and the creation of a new public plaza, recalling Lime Street Square, which was lost in the 1940s, at the centre of a group of buildings that includes Lloyds of London and the Willis Building. The tower leans away from Leadenhall so as to be invisible behind the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral when approached from the west on Fleet Street, and the roofline falls away sharply to the south in recognition of the overall composition of the City cluster.