Smart Buildings: Led & Smart Interior Lighting
Your building can be smart and connected while significantly reducing energy costs.
17% of all electricity consumed in U.S. commercial buildings is for lighting, making it the largest end use of electricity.
Converting the lights in municipal buildings, hospitals, universities and schools to LED can improve the effectiveness of lighting systems and enhance occupant comfort while saving energy and money.
Due to significant strides in lighting technology, indoor LED fixture upgrades and replacements are among the most cost-effective means for building owners and facility mangers to lower their energy use, cut operating and maintenance costs, and reduce their carbon footprint. Additionally, indoor lighting upgrades also improve lighting quality and aesthetics, which can improve occupant well-being and increase productivity.
Deploying Smart Lighting Controls in your building, including motion and occupancy sensors, demand-controlled dimming, daylight harvesting and addressable lighting, will not only increase your energy savings further but will give you full control of ideal light levels in different zones of your building.
Increased energy savings
Decreased labor, maintenance and disposal cost
Reduced environmental impact
Enhanced occupant comfort
Better lighting quality
Increased occupant productivity and well-being
We work closely with our clients to identify their needs for their indoor lighting upgrade project, including energy savings goals, budget, current and anticipated use of the space, and occupant concerns.
Our full team of experts will then apply a vendor-neutral, informed approach to:
- Assess how well your current indoor lighting system matches your needs and goals
- Perform a detailed audit to design the optimal lighting solution for your needs
- Select equipment, including LED fixtures and/or Smart Lighting Controls
- Evaluate vendor submissions on technical compliance, functionality, future-ready components and price
- Assess available incentives and financing options
- Install and commission new equipment
- Engage and educate stakeholders, including facility managers, maintenance personnel and office occupants, throughout the project