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ShowCAD Control Systems Ltd.

15 Cauldron Barn Road, Swanage, Dorset, BH19 1QF, United Kingdom


Tel+44 19 29 42 32 22

Rowland Hughes, Director

ShowCAD Control Systems Ltd. was established in 1984 ShowCAD is owned and run by Rowland Hughes and Mick Martin, who have worked in the lighting industry since the 1970s, meeting at Illusion Lighting. Our present goal is to produce advanced lighting control systems. Lower end controllers are currently of secondary importance to us, although we produce some lower cost spin off products from the principal systems. Our current central product is the Artist 3 show control system.

Recent Projects:
In Las Vegas: Encore Beach Club, Wynns, PLSN Best Nightclub Installation for Jet at the Mirage, The Bellagio, Blush at Wynn's, Haze at City Centre amongst hundreds of nightclub installations worldwide. Architectural installations: 12,000 channels of Pulsar LED lighting fixtures at the Bahrain Financial Harbour. The interior, exterior and escalator systems at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. Control of 4 streets of effect lighting for Blackpool Illuminations in a £5 million lighting project. Building management such as Millbank Island office suite, annexe of the House of Lords, London W1.

PLSN US Nightclub of the Year 2007 for Jet at The Mirage Las Vegas Exterior Lighting Award - Lighting Magazine - They shoot horses don't they? Blackpool, England Numerous award winning BEDA nightclubs in the UK.

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