Our studio is equipped with cutting-edge tools and technologies, including a UL high-end goniophotometer, that are essential for ensuring the accuracy of the products we specify. Given the fast pace of innovation in LED technology, proper documentation can sometimes lag behind, making the goniophotometer a valuable tool for providing quick and precise testing results. This allows us to stay ahead of the curve and incorporate only the most appropriate and verified products in our designs, with complete confidence in their reliability and trustworthiness. Our dedication to accuracy and attention to detail ensure that our designs meet and exceed industry standards.
During the Design Development phase, early layouts are refined, and proper equipment is selected to meet project requirements. The design is reviewed for compliance with project criteria.
During the Construction Documents phase, final drawings including detail sections, fixture cut sheets and schedule, control / dimming diagram with lighting power density are prepared and submitted to the architect/engineer for inclusion in the bid set. The final steps in the project include bid evaluation, shop drawing review, and site observations to ensure the final product meets our high standards.
At Well Light, we approach each project with a client-centered methodology, led by Principal Jason Gill who plays an active role in the early design stages. Our focus is on understanding the client's needs, establishing a conceptual direction, and setting achievable goals that are both inspiring and practical. The Project Manager oversees the project's development and manages day-to-day operations, including coordination with other team members, vendors, and manufacturers, and ensuring that design decisions are in line with the lighting concept..
To maximize the project's potential, we recommend being retained as early as possible in the design process. During the schematic design phase, we work with the client to set project objectives and fixture budgets, reducing the potential for conflicts and setting realistic expectations. A lighting concept is presented, and decisions about the project's appearance and spaces are made. Any necessary modifications are made, and a revised lighting scheme is presented.
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