We transform spaces and improve morale by giving employees exactly the right light for the task at hand.
We leverage cutting-edge design software so you can visualize your project and fully understand its impact.
We use photometric analysis to create the exact right light for every space, accounting for brightness, color, intensity, glare and evenness.
Through each project, we are driven to maximize energy efficiency and reduce financial costs, while enabling your people to thrive.
What is lighting design?
After a thorough energy audit of your business, we’ll have a dialed-in understanding of your unique lighting and energy needs. This information will help our experts design a customized lighting design solution to solve your businesses’ specific lighting and energy challenges.
Our lighting solutions are always customized – because the greatest value is extracted from systems that are tailored to your business and future.
What is a “customized” lighting design?
Our emphasis on customization and design is a huge reason why some of the biggest brands in automotive, manufacturing, and retail industries chose to work with us. We base our customized lighting system designs around businesses’ unique challenges, considerations, and goals, presenting you with the most appropriate lighting system and implementation plan for your specific needs.
Our upgrades always increase energy efficiency and make an impact on your bottom-line a given, but customization allows us to help your space harness several non-energy benefits, as well. Our designs don’t just upgrade inefficient lighting; they transform your whole workplace. We look for ways to improve, future-proof, correct light levels and optics, ensure cost-efficiency, and meet or exceed IES standards and code compliance safety standards all at once.
How does PEC’s lighting design process work?
Our experts use 3D design software to create a complete digital model of your workspace. We use this mock-up to test and visualize fixtures, light-levels and optics so we know exactly what your workplace will look like with the upgraded design plan. We incorporate the data we gathered from our energy audit into this model in order to construct photometric and energy consumption analyses.
We’ll even show you your workplace before and after our design solution so you can “try before you buy.” We’re able to account for brightness, uniformity, reflectancies, and energy consumption so you’ll see how your lighting design will improve your workspace before installation begins.
Our Lighting Design in Practice
PEC’s lighting designs have made a significant impact on businesses just like yours. Here’s how we’ve helped our clients in the past:
Each of Weyerhaeuser’s hundreds of industrial sites required its own, unique full-site, turnkey lighting project designed to fulfill specific and highly demanding industry-standard criteria. PEC was able to develop and implement hundreds of unique projects that…
- Saves Weyerhaeuser $432,067 on energy costs every year
- Displaced 3,057,499 KWH of energy every year
- Paid for themselves in only 2.43 years
- Helped Weyerhaeuser access $655,686 in incentive rewards
Jeld Wen maintains over 45 industrial locations in 20 different states. Many of these sites had outdated HID and Fluorescent lighting. Jeld Wen wanted to develop a standardized lighting plan for every site that could meet strict industry requirements. PEC developed a plan that…
- Saves Jeld Wen $1,281,584 every year
- Helped Jeld Wen access $969,650 in incentive rewards
- Paid for itself in 1.62 years
- Displaced 9,452,844 KWH
Airgas maintains hundreds of varied facilities with different unique and exacting lighting requirements. Many of these facilities relied on outdated lighting systems that were dangerous and inefficient. PEC helped Airgas by developing a turn-key project that…
- Saves Airgas $87,958 every year
- Paid for itself in 4.38 years
- Displaced 612,120 KWH of energy
- Helped Airgas earn $84,270 in incentives
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