An international news company broadcasting the Royal Wedding has entrusted Andrews Air Conditioning with providing a temporary cooling solution for their transmitting station.
For those of us not lucky enough to be among the guests at Windsor Castle to witness Price Harry tie the knot with Meghan Markle, the next best option will be watching live at home! As with previous Royal occasions, coronations and milestones, TV viewers can expect hours of uninterrupted coverage streamed live from St. George’s Chapel and the lawns of the Castle.
About 27 million Brits and 23 million Americans watched the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011. In order to cope with expected high viewing figures and lengthy TV coverage, our client requested a short-term air conditioning arrangement to prevent camera equipment and monitors from overheating.
The solution, provided by a local specialist, was to propose the deployment of five Polar Wind air conditioners which have the capacity to instil a more desirable working environment within the broadcasting quarters. The air conditioning hire package has already reduced temperatures as required and played a vital role in televising interviews and shooting ‘behind the scenes’ content in the run-up to the main event on Saturday 19 May.
We’re delighted to be playing our part in ensuring the biggest wedding of the year runs smoothly and are glad that our air conditioning hire package has had the impact our client wanted.