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HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH FEATURES IN NEW SIX-PART TV SERIES

Wednesday 27th May 2015

In

the

first

of

a

new

six-part

television

series

on

the

‘Yesterday’

Channel

last

evening

the

‘Impossible

Engineering’

of

the

British

Navy’s

new

mammoth

aircraft

carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, was highlighted in brilliant detail.

The largest and most powerful warship in the history of the British Royal Navy was floated for the first time at the docks in Rosyth, Scotland, on Friday 4th July last year and is the very vanguard of naval engineering. At 65,000 tonnes and costing £4.9 billion, the ship is the most sophisticated every built in the UK and simply dwarfs its predecessors. And for the team building it, this giant piece of ‘Impossible Engineering’ is a once in a lifetime project. HMS Queen Elizabth is the first of two new aircraft carriers being delivered by the Aircraft Carrier Alliance, a unique partnering relationship between BAE Systems, Thales UK, Babcock and the Ministry of Defence. McGeoch Technology has supplied over 12,000 lighting units for the ship together with 300 control & instrumental panels and a further 300 electrical distribution panels. The company secured the contract for both ships back in 2010 and will complete supply by the end of 2015. You can discover the cutting-edge engineering techniques behind the world's pioneering megastructures and, more specifically, how the Navy's mammoth HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier was built, by clicking on this link ... http://uktvplay.uktv.co.uk/shows/impossible-engineering/watch-online/?video=4247001331001
© MMXVI/MMXXII - McGeoch Technology Limited - All Rights Reserved
Get In Touch McGeoch Technology Limited Lower Tower Street, Birmingham B19 3PA, UK Tel: +44 (0) 121 687 5850 Fax: +44 (0) 121 333 3089 Email: sales@mcgeoch.co.uk

HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH

FEATURES IN NEW SIX-PART

TV SERIES

Wednesday 27th May 2015

In

the

first

of

a

new

six-part

television

series

on

the

‘Yesterday’

Channel

last

evening

the

‘Impossible

Engineering’

of

the

British

Navy’s

new

mammoth

aircraft

carrier,

HMS

Queen

Elizabeth,

was

highlighted

in

brilliant

detail.

The largest and most powerful warship in the history of the British Royal Navy was floated for the first time at the docks in Rosyth, Scotland, on Friday 4th July last year and is the very vanguard of naval engineering. At 65,000 tonnes and costing £4.9 billion, the ship is the most sophisticated every built in the UK and simply dwarfs its predecessors. And for the team building it, this giant piece of ‘Impossible Engineering’ is a once in a lifetime project. HMS Queen Elizabth is the first of two new aircraft carriers being delivered by the Aircraft Carrier Alliance, a unique partnering relationship between BAE Systems, Thales UK, Babcock and the Ministry of Defence. McGeoch Technology has supplied over 12,000 lighting units for the ship together with 300 control & instrumental panels and a further 300 electrical distribution panels. The company secured the contract for both ships back in 2010 and will complete supply by the end of 2015. You can discover the cutting-edge engineering techniques behind the world's pioneering megastructures and, more specifically, how the Navy's mammoth HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier was built, by clicking on this link ... http://uktvplay.uktv.co.uk/shows/impossible- engineering/watch-online/?video=4247001331001
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