Melbourne and Sydney
CBRE Commercial Property
International property giant CBRE has installed Safety Path exit signs in shopping centres, State Government buildings and office complexes in Sydney and Melbourne.
By adopting Safety Path hybrid exit sign technology, they reduced their client’s energy consumption and improve safety by using more reliable Exit Sign technology, compared to the older electric exit sign technology that has been replaced.
In the case of a shopping centre in inner-Melbourne, more reliable exit sign technology not only improved safety, it reduced disruption to the centre’s operations. Replacing failed exit signs requires closing floor space while an electrical contractor changes over the ceiling mounted signs.
Safety Path provides sustainable photoluminescent and LED hybrid lighting solutions wherever safety & emergency lights and wayfinding are needed.This includes photoluminescent exit signs, warning signs, line marking and pavement markings. Our photoluminescent light boxes can be used to display custom plans and signs.
Leading Australian private equity firm BGH Australia installed Safety Path Hyperion Exit Signs in its Collins Street, Melbourne, head office.
Safety Path photoluminescent linemarking and pavement has been applied along rural roads and paths in Bendigo, Kinglake and Metung, by Regional Roads Victoria and their maintenance contractors.
Assisi Aged Care has commenced converting their exit signs to Safety Path Hyperion Hybrid Exit Signs to achieve safety, environmental and financial benefits.
Liuzzi Property Group retrofitted the well-known Princes of Wales Hotel in Richmond with Safety Path Hyperion Hybrid Exit Signs.