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IES Detroit Lighting Controls Spring Series Pt. 1: Planning & Documentation
February 13 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
About this event
IES Detroit’s spring meetings are dedicated to an underrepresented topic: Lighting Controls. Join us for a 3-Part Meeting Series as we cover different facets of design and construction related to lighting controls, and highlight perspectives from a variety of professions.
Lighting Controls Spring Series Part 1: Documentation
The capability and complexity of lighting controls is seemingly limitless. Clear and concise documentation is essential to implementing a successful controls design, and ensuring its longevity after the project is completed. Drawing inspiration from ANSI/IES LP-16-22, specifier Nick Furgason, LC and controls sales manager Chris McRae will explore the process of conceptualizing and documenting lighting controls for construction, and discuss how they work as a team to bring a design to life.
Ticket sales end Friday, February 9th!
5:00-5:30pm – Gather and Network
5:30-6:30pm – Dinner
6:30-8:00pm – Presentation
$15 for Students
$20 for Emerging Professional IES Members
$25 for IES Members
$35 for Non-Members
For discounted fees, please provide Student ID or proof of Association Membership at the door.
Our event will be held at Alibi of Troy on Rochester Rd south of M59. There is parking onsite.
About the presenters
Nick Furgason, LC is an Associate Electrical & Lighting Designer with Integrated Design Solutions, a Full Service AE Firm in Troy, Mi. Nick has been working in the Industry for over 25 years and began serving on the IES Detroit Section Board as Education Chair in 2023.
Chris McRae leads the controls division for Gasser Bush Associates, the largest lighting & controls manufacturer’s representative agency in Eastern Michigan and Northwest Ohio, working with specifiers, contractors, and end users to meet lighting control needs for a wide range of applications. Has been with GBA over 22 years and has been in the lighting industry for well over 35 years. BSE – Engineering Physics/Optics from University of Michigan- Ann Arbor.
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