Office Lighting

Measuring Success

For today’s property owners and managers, it’s all about making sound financial decisions that make a property desirable to tenants, while controlling overhead and maintaining a profit margin.

Office environments are continually changing to keep pace with today’s changing work styles and business philosophies. For building owners and facility operations executives that means dealing with the perennial issues: economic downturns, attracting and retaining tenants, negotiating profitable leases and ensuring tenant safety, while also meeting new demands for sustainability and energy efficiency.

Your building tenants spend approximately one-third of their lives in the office, so it’s critical that the work environment stimulates innovation and enhances productivity. Because lighting has a direct effect on worker performance, it directly impacts a company's overall productivity. It makes each space attractive to potential tenants by improving both the visual environment and the flexibility of the space.