During an on-site survey, Grand Light specialists individually examine, identify, and document the existing mechanical, electrical, finish, and diffuser condition and deficiencies of each historic luminaire.
On-site surveys are common with large-scale restoration projects, and provide key insight into project cost projection, operation and maintenance considerations, design and construction principles, and required restoration processes.
All data collected is presented in a condition report, which includes an inventory of any observed damaged or missing components or glass, noticeable structural deficiencies, electrical assessment, material analysis, and finish conditions. These reports are often supplemented by visual illustrations including photographs, drawings, and diagrams.
Data Collected Through A Site Survey Includes:
For both historic fixtures surveyed and new replications, work shall include research through our 60,000+ Historical Archive, including recovered original photographs, drawings, listings, catalogues, and any additional historic information.
Our 60,000+ Historical Archives Include Sources From:
Grand Light provides on-call support with our dedicated project management team, consisting of project managers and support staff, to assist in any questions, concerns, reviews, and documentation. We believe an open line of communication and transparency enables our team to stay ahead of your project and quickly identify any potential issues that may impact budgets, schedules, and designs.