Legrand contributes electrical solutions to Children’s Special Needs Group
Legrand recently donated a range of products that helped transform a dilapidated building in Queanbeyan, Canberra into children’s centre dubbed Treehouse.
Andrew Schmocker, a local electrician was asked to assist with the light and power upgrade of the new complex and so he reached out to Legrand for help with the residential project.
Being a strong supporter and charity partner of community initiatives, such as the Telethon Home, Legrand was pleased to supply Totally Wired Electrical Services with a range of solutions for this application. Some of these products included:
- Linea safety powerpoints;
- Excel life standard powerpoints;
- Soliroc external powerpoints;
- Excel life USB powerpoints;
- Excel life light switches;
- Legrand external lighting; and,
- Legrand emergency exit signs.
“The building is now twice the original size with additional bathrooms and extra facilities to suit both special needs children and staff requirements,” says Andrew.
Local officials were also impressed with the Treehouse upgrade.
“The Queanbeyan Treehouse children, staff and committee and myself would like to thank Legrand for its support in enabling this project to get off the ground and completed in such a timely manner,” says Queanbeyan mayor Tim Overall.