Photometric assessments and analysis are among the most comprehensive and precise approaches in lighting projects of large scale. We at NYE measure the spectral distribution along with the flux or “point by point" intensity to prepare the layout.
Our technical experts at NY Engineers will provide you with complete assessment and evaluations for each fixture and how much light it is going to provide. We use diagramming software to develop a 3D rendering of your entire facility in real-time.
Our experts will provide you with all the information on any safety concerns if there are any after the 3D rendering. Some areas might need more or less lighting. Our team will find out such areas that require your emphasis.
Reducing the operating costs is one of the primary concerns for our professionals. We provide you with solutions on how to limit them without compromising on lighting quality.
Going for photometric assessment will allow you to save a lot of your time and money. Furthermore, you will be able to adhere to all the legal requirements of your building set by the Chicago Building code as well.
However, there are a couple of points that you need to keep in mind. Even a slightest of the mistakes in the 3D rendering that the photometric soft provides can result in significant cost hikes. Hence, you need to hire professional services with plenty of experience in this field.
The engineers at NYE have years of experience of working with this software. In fact, we are one of the few early providers of this service to the clients. Our engineers will provide you with all the details associated with the light conditions as well as the cost of fixtures that your project will feature.
Essentially, you will get all the information that you need before you invest in your fixtures. We at NY Engineers provide our clients with highly accurate results. Accuracy is our primary motive because we don’t believe in making mistakes and wasting the valuable time of our clients.
You can hire our services today and get a photometric assessment of your building. It will eradiate any extra costs and will keep the entire lighting system of your building working at an optimum level.