As a continuation for the previous step, we then need to proceed into studying the conditions of the building itself. That includes its foundation, flooring, stairways, and exits available.
As you may expect, this is fundamental when determining the escape routes that will be directed by the speaker strobes. However, this step is also essential to locate where how we can drive power to the system and where we can place them in order to reduce costs and increase their effectiveness.
Clients can rest assured that our engineers are experts in these processes, and that everything we do will fit all buildings perfectly.
4. Designing And Drawing The System
After we have a full picture of the working conditions, we can combine them with everything we gathered during the first step, thus combining our client’s desire with the real state of their buildings.
It’s now when our architects and engineers sit down and draw the entire plans for the system.
After this step, the client will receive a full design of how their speaker strobes will function and how everything will be set up.
After the plans are done, the client will be able to see them and compare them to their own ideas. Here, the client can give their own insights into the plans that have already been drawn, and we can work together to adapt our work to their wishes.