Street Lighting Design
On all improved highways or new highways including new car park layouts street lighting design is required.
As traffic numbers and densities are increasing on our roads, it is recognised that lighting has an important role in making the public and private realm safer for pedestrians, vulnerable users and drivers of vehicles.
With the introduction of publications such as the UK Polices’ flagship initiative ‘Secured by Design’ it is also acknowledged that street lighting helps to prevent crime and also reduces the fear of crime.
Sanderson Associates undertake lighting layout designs for both highway and private applications including public and residential roads, urban centres and car park designs. Please see our street lighting design services page for further information.
The image below shows Lux Level (lighting level) contours for a number of positioned luminaires on a design base drawing.
The image below shows a visual representation of the Lux Levels (lighting levels) from positioned luminaires with lux level contours overlaid.
Require Assistance with Street Lighting Design?
We would be pleased to provide you with our competitive fee proposal to assist you with your Street Lighting Design requirements, please call us on 01924 844080 click here to complete our secure online form.
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