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Analysis of Daylighting and Electric Lighting in Buildings

Does your workplace have the right amount of light for optimal working conditions? The amount of light in a workplace can greatly influence employee health and productivity.

A building’s lighting performance includes both electrical and solar light sources within a space and affects everything from comfort and safety, to energy costs and user productivity. Lighting is typically expected to be within a certain range of lumens (intensity) and quality for a given space and task. Ideal lighting design typically involves balancing light sources, costs, quality, and heat gains while avoiding issues of glare and over- or under-lit areas.

Typical uses include:

  • Lighting Level Analysis
  • Daylighting w/ Electric Lighting
  • Glare & Daylight Glare Probability