Interior Lighting Design

Controls

Lighting controls provide the interface between human and environmental needs. By integrating environmentally responsive controls for daylight, occupancy, and scheduling with user activated controls, we create visually stimulating and productive environments for people while substantially reducing energy use, costs, and maintenance.

Controls Services

Networked Architectural Lighting Controls

Theatrical Lighting Controls

Wireless Lighting Controls

Dynamic Color Changing & Spectral Tuning

Sequence of Operations

Lighting Controls Intent Diagrams

Control System Programming Coordination

Street & Pedestrian Lighting Controls

Smart City System Coordination

Adaptive Street Light Dimming

Controls Shop Drawing Review

Lighting Controls Specifications

Controls Projects

Air Force Academy Courtyards

Outdoor lighting for the Air Force Academy’s CLDC courtyards creates a dynamic outdoor space with dimmable LED pedestrian and feature lighting.

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Anschutz Medical Campus Lighting

A campus-wide outdoor lighting study to improve pedestrian safety and prioritize areas of improvement for the immediate, short-term, and long-term.

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Boulder Junction

This new bridge for vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic included state-of-the-art solid state (LED) roadway, pedestrian, and bollard lighting.

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Anchorage Street Lighting Criteria

Clanton & Associates developed and conducted street lighting demonstration projects for residential and commercial areas in the City of Anchorage.

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Denver LED & Micro Cell Standards

Developing lighting and control performance criteria, aesthetics, and smart and micro cell pole standards while defining Denver's smart city image.

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South Salt Lake Master Plan

Recent master plans in South Salt Lake set the framework for urban redevelopment that will attract business and establish the city as a destination.

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I-70 Chain Stations

During the design phase, Clanton & Associates modeled different lighting approaches to see if the sides of the trucks would be lighted even if snow...

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