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Working summary details are divided into the phases below:

  • Conceptual Phase
  • Documentation Phase
  • Implementation Phase
  • Final Setting Up Phase
  • Optional Service for Maintenance Program

III Implementation Phase

Although the Implementation Phase is generally within the scope of responsibility of the Electrical Consultant, APLD will remain involved with the project to help answer any questions and provide further guidance, assuring that the project proceeds along on time and within budget. The Client & APLD will set a schedule of site visits during the Implementation Phase as part of the Scope of Service, where APLD Design Professionals will personally review the project on-site during construction.

IV Final Setting Up Phase

Once the build-out has been completed, has been tested and certified by the Electrical Consultant, and all architectural design elements have been integrated, APLD will set-up all lighting within the Scope of Service to ensure that the visual element of the lighting is as designed. Any deviations of the original design will be noted and reported to the Client. As part of the final phase, APLD will thoroughly brief the Client and/or maintenance personnel of all aspect of the operation and maintenance of the lighting equipment.

As part of APLD's Client-centric dedication, APLD's professional staff will periodically inspect the premises for a period of six months after project completion to pinpoint any latent problems and be available to answer any questions the Client or their maintenance personnel may have.

V Optional Service for Maintenance Program

APLD does realize that lighting design intention should be carry throughout the period of time. This optional service is design to take care after the design service has been fully accomplished. The services are including re-lamping when the lamp’s life had failed, cleaning the luminaire’s parts or reflector, checking the electrical component of the luminaire, including wiring system, re-focusing the light beam and re-setting up the lighting scene, (if, requested by the owner) as to make sure that the original design intended will still remain.

The cost of this service is additional from the Lighting Design Proposal the accumulate fee will need to be exam on site and will propose to the owner for approval.

The cost of this service is not including the cost of equipments replacement such as lamp or damaging parts of the fixtures and its accessories, the costs of transportation and accommodation outside of Bangkok. APLD will make first visit to the site and preparing a budget proposal for the service and equipment that need to be taken into the program and submit to the owner for approval.

I Conceptual Phase

The Client, architect, and interior designer meets with APLD professionals to review the Client's needs and requirements, Client's artifact collections, and visual rendering of each space. APLD will take into consideration the Client's budget, choice of building materials, textures & finishes, as well as the atmosphere the Client wishes to create.

APLD will arrange to receive a complete set of plans from the Client's architect and designer to assure that the lighting design will integrate seamlessly with the architect & designer's plans, reducing project time and costs for the Client.

Where appropriate, APLD professionals will provide the Client with conceptual sketches, drawings, and rendering to convey the appropriate design elements to the Client.

APLD, together with the Electrical Consultant, will identify all control equipment including switch and dimmer racks, define the electrical load requirements, and prepare a budget inclusive of expenditures for all lighting fixtures and associated equipment.

II Documentation Phase

Upon the Client's approval of the Conceptual Phase, APLD will proceed to the Documentation Phase and prepare a complete lighting planning of the lighting layout, circuit and control schedule, together with lighting fitting and dimmer control equipment schedules.

Schematics will detail the exact location, offset, and fitting type required for each light fixture. APLD will work directly with the architect & interior designer to clarify and provide additional information regarding complex lighting design as well as provide any working dimensions required. The schematic will also provide reference numbers corresponding to the circuit schedule. The circuit schedule will specify the type & quantity of fittings, load factor, light source, and associated controls required in the design.

A fitting schedule will be prepared for the Client detailing the fittings integrated into the design. Details included in the fitting schedule includes the fitting physical description, the photometric data of the beam spread angle, lamp type, controls, cut-out & recessed depth dimensions, manufacturer references, any modifications required, and a prepared cut sheet on the fitting. Along with the fitting schedule, APLD will work with the Client's suppliers to identify any alternative equivalent equipment, reducing the project cost for the Client.

APLD will prepare the plans and an updated budget to the Client for their review and approval, assuring that the Client is completely satisfied.

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