The combination of specialist skills ensures that CES designs are effective and professional, taking into consideration everything essential for an architecturally sensitive and discreet installation.
Each place of worship / culture / leisure has individual requirements which is why each design is tailor-made to meet the client’s specific needs in terms of the design process, available budget as well as the on-going operational and maintenance requirements.
CES regularly prepare feasibility reports for Clients and Technical Reports for governing / approval bodies such as local authorities, Historic England, DAC, HCC etc…
Please explore the tabs below to learn more about the different design services that we offer.
A full design is most suited to those projects that require approval from an external body or wish to issue the design for competitive tendering.
CES designs generally follow the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) plan of works 2013 to deliver a complete design. This methodology incorporates several site meetings during the design phases creating the opportunity for CES to present the design to the Client and receive feedback.
The design will factor in all aspects of the lighting requirements instructed by the client. The final submitted product will be in two parts:-
Design Specification: A full written specification, with Luminaire Schedule, Layout Drawings and Data Sheets suitable for external approval bodies
Tender Document: A tender document including general and particular specifications together with tender instructions allowing the client to go out for competitive tendering*.
*CES are happy to issue a tender return for any design if invited to do so.
An LED conversion design is most suited to those projects where the existing electrical infrastructure is still satisfactory and a conversion to LED is all that is required.
The submitted product will be tailored to the Client requirements but usually contain a variety of the following:-
CES are able to offer consultancy / design assistance at any stage of a lighting project to Architects, interior designers or any other party involved.
CES offer the following services:-
The submitted documents and associated fees will be tailored the requirements of the client.
CES recommend that the Architect take the lead role with regard to the project management of a lighting installation. However, CES can offer project management for CES designed projects where the Architect simply advises or plays a passive role.
CES take care of the managements aspects such as:
Do contact us if you require further information or advice on which route is best for you.
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