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The indoor tennis centre at Warwick University is the first leisure centre in the UK to receive an ‘excellent' BREEAM rating. Constructed to minimise impact on the environment, but also to meet the exacting standards of the Lawn Tennis Association, the centre features natural ventilation for environmental efficiency and the ABR-SPORT luminaire from RIDI for high performance, robust lighting.

Part-funded by the Lawn Tennis Association and Sport England West Midlands, the centre provides four indoor courts for use by students, staff, county tennis players, as well as the general public. Located on the University's Westwood Campus, the centre is the first of its kind in Coventry and Warwickshire to offer access to the public without having to take up a membership. A reception area, a spectator gallery, offices and changing facilities complement the excellent court facilities. Built at a cost of £2.5m, the building was designed by architect, Berman Guedes Stretton, with M&E design carried out by the Gary Price in the University's estates office.

"We've used a lot of RIDI luminaires around the university campus so I had no hesitation in choosing the ABR-SPORT for the indoor tennis centre," he says. "The sleek look of the luminaire fits in comfortably with the interior of the centre and the specification and performance is perfectly suited to the requirements if indoor tennis."


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