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Integrating lighting systems in healthcare facilities

Range of codes and standards can make integration a challenge

August 29, 2018

A strict set of requirements and codes make healthcare facilities challenging to build and maintain, according to an article on the Consulting-Specifying Engineer website.

In an effort to save energy, the healthcare industry has focused on integrating lighting systems into other facility systems. 

The biggest challenge in incorporating these systems into healthcare facilities is ensuring compliance with all health and safety codes.

Engineers need to work closely with clients to ensure integration efforts meet industry compliance requirements.

Read the article.



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