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Client handover The final task is for the designer to hand the completed project over to the client and ensure they have all the information they require to operate and maintain the lighting scheme correctly. This often involves including drawings that have been updated to record any changes during construction or site works. It is also useful to provide drawings that allow the client to see what lamps are used in each luminaire type so that sourcing the correct replacements will be easier. This revised information set is usually called the as-built package, and should be a record of what was actually built and installed rather than what was planned in the design phase. The as-built package is often included in the contractors responsibilities, but it is still worthwhile for designers to update their own drawings to reflect the reality of the final installation.

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130 Process and practice could be increased, quality maintained, and architectural features highlighted, and it would still be possible to achieve a 65 percent reduction in running and maintenance costs. Initial concept For this project the general concept for the lighting design was set out in the feasibility report. It included providing ambient lighting from pendant luminaires mounted in the aisles, uplighting the timber soffit over the nave from clerestory level, and enhancing the lighting of the choir area for concerts and performances with theatrical spotlights mounted in concealed locations at clerestory level. Spotlights would pick out important artifacts and details at ground level. A meeting was held on site with the client group (in this case the minister and committee members responsible for the physical upkeep of the cathedral). This was not a client group who were used to meeting with design teams. Therefore, rather than produce a slick PowerPoint presentation to be shown around a meeting-room table, an informal, walking meeting was held in the cathedral so that the issues with the existing lighting could be seen clearly. Paper handouts were produced to show the committee what the proposed lighting scheme would look like. This approach worked well for the group, as they had a chance to comment and add important insights into the way the existing lighting was operated. They felt they had a chance to influence the proposals rather than simply being presented with a fait accompli. Homedesignq Livex Lighting Manchester 9 Light Chandelier In Imperial Bronze …


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