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PROJECT MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SPECIALIST LIGHTING CONSULTANT

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SPECIALIST LIGHTING CONSULTANT FOR TYPICAL OFFICE, HOTEL & RESIDENTIAL TOWER PROJECTS. HOTEL TOWER INTERIOR LIGHTING – BASEMENT

  • Discotheque (architectural lighting).
  • Public Washrooms.
  • Common Circulation areas between Disco & Washrooms.
  • Entrance to Nightclub at Level B1.
  • Staircase from ground to Level B2.

GROUND FLOOR

  • Both Entrance lobby’s including Grand Staircase
  • Lobby bar.
  • Typical lift car.
  • All Day Dining Restaurant.
  • Retail circulation (excluding retail units).
  • Public Washrooms.

FIRST FLOOR

  • Piano bar.
  • Italian restaurant.
  • Seafood Restaurant.
  • Large ‘shared’ show kitchen.
  • WCs facilities serving the restaurants.
  • Public Circulation corridor between the restaurants

SECOND FLOOR

  • Health Club.

THIRD FLOOR

  • Spa.
  • Corridor outside Health Club
  • Staircase between Health Club and Spa

THIRTY FIRST FLOOR

  • Arabian night club (architectural lighting)
  • Long stay Apartments

GUEST ROOM FLOORS

  • Typical lift lobby and corridor.
  • Typical standard room.
  • Typical executive room.
  • Typical junior suite.
  • Typical senior suite
  • Royal suite.
  • Typical disabled suite.
  • Apartments.
  • The above scope of work and the associated fee proposal is based on consultant being provided with Auto CAD 2006 LT compatible base drawings.
  • Electrical engineer will be responsible for the emergency lighting systems.
  • The interior design team would select the decorative lighting elements with consultant reviewing and integrating into the control system.
  • Lighting consultants will design and specify the lighting effects and equipment, the electrical engineer will be responsible for all wiring and protection aspects of the design.

OFFICE TOWER INTERIOR LIGHTING

  • Entrance Lobby assumed to be no greater than double height space) to Include washrooms.
  • Typical Lift Lobby to include typical washroom.

RESIDENTIAL TOWER INTERIOR LIGHTING

  • Entrance Lobby (assumed to be no greater than double height space).
  • Typical Lift Lobby and public circulation.

EXTERNAL LIGHTING

  • Architectural lighting to all 3 no. towers (Hotel Tower, Office Tower & Residential Tower).
  • External entrances to all 3 no. towers (Hotel Tower, Office Tower & Residential Tower).
  • Landscaping Areas between buildings.

NOTES: 

  • Car parks, roads, water features, etc are not included.
  • MOCKUPS:  Consultant will assist and participate as necessary to facilitate the development of mockup rooms and areas, as required.

STAGE ONE – CONCEPT DESIGN

  • Attend briefing meeting with Architect and other Consultants as appropriate.
  • General research as required.
  • Preliminary layouts for typical areas based on plans, reflected ceiling plans sections, elevations and visuals provided by others.
  • Prepare images illustrating lighting proposals.
  • Prepare generic luminaire schedule with budget costs for the supply of lighting equipment.
  • Lighting control strategy statement.
  • Presentation of the proposals.

The above scope is a summary of the key tasks to be performed by the Consultant. For further details refer to the FIDIC Model Services Agreement for ‘Specialty Lighting Design Consultants’.

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