BEKA Schréder Supplies Exterior LED Lighting for Skukuza Safari Lodge

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  • Skukuza Safari Lodge is located in the world-renowned Kruger National Park, a South African National Park and is, with 19,485 km2, one of the largest game reserves in Africa. 
  • BEKA Schréder has supplied some of the exterior lighting, which includes LED bollards, which are installed throughout the lodge’s facilities, as well as the LED bulkhead luminaires, which are installed at the “back of house” areas, both providing energy-efficient outdoor area lighting.

The BEKA LEDPOST is a bollard luminaire that has been designed for orientation lighting and security marking. Locally manufactured, this robust LED bollard takes Africa’s harsh thermal and environmental conditions into account, ensuring a long lifetime. The BEKA LEDPOST has been equipped with a highly efficient LED light source. The distinct design shields pedestrians and drivers from glare and prevents spill light from being emitted in the upward direction.

Photo: Gordon Arons

The BEKA SERIES 30 is a round LED bulkhead, manufactured from high-quality materials and designed for ease of installation and low maintenance requirements. Due to LEDs being the light source, high energy savings are achieved.

BEKA Schréder locally develops and manufactures energy-efficient LED lighting products, designed and suitable for local conditions. We are very proud to be associated with SANPARKS Technical Team and Tom Hattingh Architects in providing a successful outdoor area lighting solution for this prestigious project.

For further enquiries, contact Gordon Arons at 011 238 0000 or

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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