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Get A Grip On Lighting: Lighting Designers and New Construction

Should a lighting designer be involved in new construction projects? In many cases, the person who is deciding the lighting in a new construction project has no lighting experience. With so many options, you can be led down a number of paths, which will create more confusion.

Greg Ehrich, LC is the former President of the National Association of Innovative Lighting Distributors (NAILD) and owner of Premier Lighting, a progressive lighting distributorship.

Michael Colligan is an entrepreneur and inventor. He’s a subject matter expert in commercial and industrial lighting supply, lighting retrofits, and finding recycling streams for hard-to-recycle waste.

The Get A Grip On Lighting podcast on lightED is sponsored by Keystone Technologies.

If you want to watch more Get A Grip On Lighting podcasts, you can go to www.getagriponlighting.com.

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Discussion (2 comments)

    Avraham Mor September 23, 2021 / 8:35 am

    Guys… I think you always need a lighting designer. LC is not a requirement for lighting designers. LIGHTING DESIGNERS are not only used for high-end design. Our firm works on all scales of projects. Lighting needs to be designed!!!

    Hosts of the Show September 23, 2021 / 8:38 am

    Agree for new construction. But renovation often lacks the budget! Would you like to be a guest?

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