Many times on a project it is a requirement
for you to supply what's called a point-by-point photometric layout
to show compliance with a local or other code or regulation regarding
light levels or spill light on adjacent properties, or you just want
to know how many fixtures to use and how far apart to space them in
order to obtain a good lighting job for your project. IESNA (Illuminating
Engineering Society of North America) is the organization that sets
the standards for lighting levels and uniformity in the USA. If you
don't abide by the recommendations set forth in the latest (Ninth Edition)
IES Lighting Handbook you could be opening yourself or your client up
for a lawsuit if something happens on your property because of a possible
inadequate lighting job.
We can provide quick and expert photometric
layouts if you need them for your project. Contact us to find out more.
3D Color Renderings
Sometimes it is hard for you or your client to visualize
what the lighting will look like after it is installed on the project.
What shadows will I have on the ground? Will this sign be lit evenly?
We can create a full color 3D rendering of an area
of your project so you or your client can see exactly what the light
and shadows will look like when it is installed. Our rendering program
uses the actual photometrics of the fixture you have chosen so the results
will be amazingly close to the actual lighting after the project is
finished. Below are a couple of examples. Click on the pictures to see
a larger version.