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As a junior lighting consultant within our team, we used to conduct extensive research of the project during Stage-1, the programming and schematic design phase. This involved site visits, exploring historical and cultural references, considering geographic influences, and studying the demographic profile of the occupants as well as the neighbouring areas. Our lighting design concepts were then communicated to the core architectural team using a variety of visual media, including hand sketches, photographs, mockups, storyboards, 3D modelling, and other visualisation techniques. In addition, we used to develop preliminary estimates of the project's economic metrics, such as light fixture cost budgets, efficiency targets, and overall sustainability goals.

Once the design concept was finalised, in the past during Stage-2, the design development and construction documents phase, we used to create a definite set of documents. These documents included lighting schedules and load calculations, luminaire specifications, cut sheets of recommended light fixtures, cost budgets, and the lighting control drawings.

In the final Stage 3, we used to work closely with the Architect, the contractors to ensure the specification integrity of the design. If recommended by the contractor, we used to verify alternative product submittals for design consistency with the original design intent in terms of performance, aesthetics, life, and availability of the product. Furthermore, our designers used to ensure the accurate placement and aiming of light fixtures during the post-occupancy validation process. We used to create a punch list that recorded any anomalies in the installation and provided recommendations for corrective measures.

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