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Construction stage Once the contractor is appointed, the designer’s role tends to become reactive, as he or she responds to questions from the contractor and resolves any issues they may have in sourcing the equipment specified. The designer should expect to spend some time finding solutions to construction and installation problems that were not anticipated at the design stage. Even on a small project the designer should allow for at least one site visit near the end of the contractor’s work to identify any errors, omissions, or other problems. This is usually described as making a punch list, and any issues that come up should be reported in writing to all parties. The contractor will then have some time to remedy the problems before finally being released from their contract. It is not unusual for the client to be told everything on the punch list has been fixed when this is not the case. The designer should allow for a final visit to check remedial works, since it can be difficult to get a contractor back on site once they have left. Final focus and programming The final stage, the focus and programming session, should take place before the electrical contractor leaves the site. Timing is critical here because, obviously, all the lighting must first be installed and fully operational. In addition, installation problems (such as wrongly wired circuits) do not become apparent until the control system is programmed. The lighting designer is the only person who has a complete understanding of what the lighting system should do, and a project cannot be considered complete until he or she has overseen the final positioning of any adjustable luminaires and the setting of levels on the control system. This stage should not be seen as an addition to the design process. In lighting design the final adjustments are critical to the creative process. Most lighting designers consider the final focus and concept stages the most creative parts of a lighting project.Homedesignq Shady Lady Lighting Home Page

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