Department of Fish & Game Building Lighting
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game building on Douglas Island is a two-story, steel-framed structure with a basement boiler room constructed in the early 1960s. RESPEC was subcontracted by Northwind Architects for new branch circuitry, lighting controls, a fire alarm system, access control, and network data and communication. The major building renovation work scope included a condition assessment, surveys, design, construction, inspection, equipment, system testing and operations, maintenance, and construction management. All the building lighting uses luminaires with LED light engines. The light is produced with a 3500K color temperature and is controlled with a low-voltage system using manually selected preset scenarios and dimming of luminaires in specific areas.