The structural engineer you hire may cover every part of the building before the design is complete, and the lighting in the building may be installed as part of the structure. You may protect the wiring in the building using your design, and this article explains how the engineering plans may include your lighting system.
#1: Lights Are A Safety Feature
You must ensure you have lights that are controlled by a central system. Lights must be easy to turn on if there is an outage, and you must include a generator that keeps the lights on in the event of an emergency. The generator and lights may be tied into the electrical system in the building, and you must ensure you have asked your engineer how the lighting system will be controlled after installation.
#2: Lights Are Part Of The Building Design
Lighting in buildings may be used to create designs on the outside of the building, and you may ask a structural engineer to create a system that allows for different colors, designs and shapes. You may become the most iconic building in the area, and you may trend online due to your lighting designs.
A structural engineer may create several different plans for your building that seamlessly integrate your building’s structure with systems such as plumbing, lighting and security. Ask your engineer to make your building more efficient, and you will be quite pleased with the outcome upon the building’s completion.