• Design Stage 1: Initial meeting.

    We prefer this initial meeting to be informal, perhaps over coffee, to introduce ourselves and discuss how we may be able to assist you. This is also an ideal time to give you a demonstration of the systems and its capabilities.

    Our demonstration system is fitted with the latest system units and user controls and programmed to reflect a number of real life lighting scenarios. Not only does this allow you to have sight of the equipment first hand, but provides a clear insight into what can be achieved with state-of-the-art lighting control technology.

    This is also the time to review, discuss and get copies of all relevant drawings, our objective here is to come away with a comprehensive understanding of all your requirements.

  • Design Stage 2: Presentation of ideas:

    At this second meeting, which is normally carried out on site, we deliver our design concepts, including Luminaries and lamp options, energy consumption figures and project budgetary costs.

    Using 3D lighting design software, we will present you with visualisations of how your space could look when lit using different Lighting Scenes, Luminaries and lamp types. This software can even show what the affects of natural daylight will be at different times of the day and year.

    If appropriate, we will produce Illuminance and Luminance diagrams to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of statutory lighting levels.

  • Design Stage 3: Post Approval:

    Once commissioned, a full specification and comprehensive set of design drawings are created for issue to both client and contractors.

    These are clear and concise, our aim is to ensure all stake holders have the clarity needed to achieve a common understanding of the system and its installation requirements.

    Drawings include: Luminarie Schedules, Lighting Layouts, Panel drawings & Schematics, Lighting matrices and Emergency Lighting

    To ensure compliance with any agreed timescales, it is at this stage we order all the control hardware and commission any bespoke control panels that may be required.

  • Design Stage 4: Commissioning and sign off:

    Installation can be carried out either by your nominated contractor, or by our own NICEIC registered contractor.

    If using your contractor, we are always at hand to provide as much technical support as necessary and make regular site visits to ensure compliance with agreed specifications.

    Once the control hardware is in place, the system software is installed and programmed against the agreed Lighting Matrices. The system tested and where necessary, light levels are checked against statutory requirements.

    Any changes that have occurred during installation are reflected into ‘As Fitted’ drawings. These and copies of the system software become part of the final O & M documentation presented to the client upon sign off.

  • Client initial meeting
  • Luminance and Illuminance image
  • CAD Drawing Montage
  • Commisioning