Delivering a project on budget – architectural lighting and all

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Whether you’re building a flagship shopping mall, creating a new outside public space, or sprucing up a hotel foyer, delivering a visually appealing, highly functional project on spec and on budget is crucial.

Architectural lighting is one of those product areas which all too often falls victim to cost cutting measures in the name of budget control. With specifiers opting for lesser quality products or a scaled back lighting design in order to meet the financial restrictions of the job.

Well, we’re here to tell you that this needn’t be the case.

Architectural lighting gives a project the wow factor, illuminating structural or interior features, drawing the eye this way and that – few specifiers would admit to preferring a space without it.

So how do you get the illuminating effect your project needs, without breaking the bank? We believe it’s all about partner selection. Making an informed choice about the company you choose to assist you with product selection and of course the installation.

We take a ‘problem solving’ approach to our work and treat each project completely individually. Working as a fully integrated part of the specification team, we are able to make fit-for-purpose product suggestions, which give the desired wow factor on the right budget.

With a massive product portfolio, a real passion for our sector, as well as unrivalled manufacturing, bespoke alteration and installation skills, we really are best placed to help you deliver your next project on budget, without limiting aesthetic appeal.

In other words, choosing a lighting partner, rather than just choosing lighting, could help you get the most out of architectural lighting on a project where cost is a key driver.

Why not take a look at our range of Linear LED or our latest case studies for inspiration - then give us a call to talk through your next job.

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