An easy journey to the world of lighting

A successful outcome requires an overall understanding of the customer’s needs and careful management of the process from idea to implementation. At Valoa we know how to accomplish that.

We have the courage and vision to create individual ideas as well as the technical know-how to see the projects through. For our customers this means simplicity, clarity, and certainty. With us you know right from the start where the journey will lead.

The path from an idea to a completed lighting system progresses in four stages as described below.

Concept

Concept

A lighting concept based on the client’s needs. Presents the idea and a cost estimate of the project on a no-strings-attached basis.

We start out by finding out the client's needs and objectives. The analysis generates a concept: a vision of a unique design for the project. At the concept stage the idea, visual guidelines, lighting principles, and a cost estimate of the project are put together in a concise presentation. Based on this summary, the client is given a clear idea of the concept, scope, and cost of the project without committing to anything.

Implementation Plan

Implementation Plan

Once the concept has been approved, an implementation plan is created. It gives a detailed picture of how the lighting system will work and look at the site.

At this stage, the implementation plan is worked into a detailed technical blueprint for installation. Technical planning is often carried out by our contractors or the customer's own electrical engineers, but since our team is responsible for the project as a whole, we also supervise the technical planning and installation.

Deployment

Deployment

At the deployment stage we make sure that everything looks and functions as it should according to the original concept.

At the end of the project we ensure that the end result is on a par with the original concept and implementation plan. In practice this means managing a number of details: the direction of lighting units, programming the operation system and user training. Now the journey has taken its course from a concept to a live experience.