Football Queensland (FQ) is pleased to announce T2 Electrical & Data as its official lighting and solar partner and preferred supplier to the football community along with the release of two new Facilities Guides.
Specialising in sports field and outdoor lighting as well as the government sector and health and education, T2 is a leading service provider of electrical and data installations for a wide variety of commercial and industrial clientele.
Today’s announcement coincides with the launch of the Lighting Guide and the Solar Power Guide, two new additions to the in-depth documents already available on the Facilities Hub.
“Football Queensland is pleased to partner with T2 as we continue to drive infrastructure improvements that support the growth of our game,” FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci said.
“The Strategic Infrastructure Plan identifies the many field lighting and solar project opportunities that exist throughout the Queensland football community.
“The two documents released today will make a positive difference in terms of unlocking those opportunities.
“The Lighting Guide details lighting requirements and best-practice designs for Queensland clubs, while the Solar Power Guide explains how clubs can reduce electricity bills by installing a solar system and suitable storage.
“With T2’s support and expertise, and these new Guides in place to assist all stakeholders, we can better support clubs and zones in developing plans, building capacity and meeting demand.”
T2 Electrical & Data Managing Director Andrew Flack said he was looking forward to working with the community to achieve strong infrastructure outcomes for football.
“T2 is proud to have played a big part in bringing the Lighting Guide and the Solar Power Guide to fruition,” Flack said.
“We are now excited to join Football Queensland in maximising their value for the most popular club-based sport here in our home state.
“T2 has experience and knowledge of the sporting industry that we look forward to utilising in order to support football’s important priorities in terms of facilities and infrastructure.”