EASL Transportation Consultants, Inc.
Delivering Engineering & Planning Solutions
Roadway Lighting Design, Street Lighting, Subdivision Lighting, AB, BC, SK, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Lethbridge, St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Fort McMurray, Lloydminster, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat, Brooks, Prince George, Kamloops, Kelowna, Vernon, Abbotsford, Burnaby, Surrey, Richmond, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Regina, North Battleford, Paradise Hill, Estevan, Humboldt, Meadow Lake, Vancouver, Banff, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Jasper, Lacombe, Fort Saskatchewan, Clearwater County, Foothills No. 31, Parkland, Rocky View County, Mountain View, Sturgeon, Vermilion River, Wetaskiwin
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Coupled with our firm’s capabilities in traffic control signal and electrical design, EASL Transportation Consultants, Inc. also provides services on roadway lighting design with complete PS&E’s. Our firm undertakes a range of lighting design projects including street, highway, sidewalk, intersection, roundabout, crosswalk and walkways illumination, and bridges and tunnels lighting. Our roadway lighting design practice is guided by a collection of technical standards and documentation including but not limited to:
• The Design Standards and Construction Specifications of individual governing agencies
• Highway Lighting Guide by Alberta Transportation
• Guide for the Design of Roadway Lighting by the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC)
• Standard Practice for Roadway Lighting by Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA)
• Other related standards and guidelines
Our street lighting projects include both new and retrofitting/modification designs. We follow the very same approaches as we do for our traffic signal project design services. Our engineers and technicians conduct thorough field review prior to starting the design and coordinate closely with the reviewing agencies during the course of PS&E’s preparation to ensure that the local and jurisdiction standards are followed and the design objectives are achieved.