Lighting Design 

Lighting design is a collaboration between aesthetics and the physics of light. As lighting designers, we help define the architectural environment and provide the often subliminal triggers which enhance how people interact with the space or items within the space. 

Electrical Engineering

The integrated and collaborative approach we take to lighting design and engineering means we can take your vision, help guide the design, and give you options for how to make it a reality.  At the end of the design work, we provide the details and direction to make the electrical systems work in the building, which includes branch circuiting, lighting, controls, and anything that turns on or off.

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Our CxA certified commissioning agents specialize in:

  • electrical commissioning
  • lighting commissioning 
  • controls
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Whether the goal is to save money, energy or the environment our green toolbox includes strategies for:

  • daylight harvesting
  • photovoltaics
  • dark sky compliance
  • sustainable products
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Audio / Video

Combining sound, video, lighting, display and projection systems, a well-designed audio/video system can include:

  • microphones, speakers, personal listening, recording systems
  • audio conferencing and video teleconferencing conferencing
  • playback devices, cameras, computers, projection displays 
  • digital signage, room scheduling, control systems
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These systems include:

  • electronic switching systems
  • telephone service facilities
  • optical fiber cabling
  • IP networks
  • paging system
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Theatrical & PERFORMANCE

Theatrical and performance involve combining:

  • advanced knowledge of lighting controls
  • programming
  • theatrical lighting design
  • rigging
  • power distribution and dimming
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Usually in the background and critical to safety security systems include:

  • video surveillance
  • access control
  • intrusion detection
  • panic/duress alarm
  • intercom systems
  • call system
  • emergency radio enhancement