Arora and Associates' experience in lighting design includes preparing lighting design reports and photometric studies based on foot candle analysis, cost comparison between conventional 26' and 40' high poles and 100' high mast lighting, layout of highway lighting systems, voltage drop analysis, and preparing wiring and circuit diagrams and preparing contract plans and specifications.
Our lighting staff include Electrical Engineers who are totally familiar with AASHTO, NJDOT and New Jersey Turnpike lighting criteria. Our photometric studies are performed utilizing computer aided lighting analysis (CALA), a software for the study of illumination and uniformity ratios. This software is integrated with our AutoCAD and Intergraph systems to provide highway lighting plans that are compatible with any project format.
We have prepared highway lighting plans for numerous New Jersey Department of Transportation projects, ranging from Interchanges on US Route 1 to the Route 18 freeway. We have also provided highway lighting design for two major projects for the Maine Department of Transportation.
We also provide electrical engineering services in support of civil engineering and railroad projects.
Our Services Include:
- Lighting design for transportation, park and land development projects including selection of poles and luminaires, photometric analysis, wiring layout and coordinating electrical service with the electric company
- Electrical design of traffic controls such as traffic signals and variable message signs including wiring layout and coordinating electrical service with the electric company
- Electrical design for railroad projects including electric traction, standby power supplies, signals and switching gear
- Electrical design of emergency backup power supplies
- Inspection and testing of electrical components of moveable bridges
- Construction support services
We Have Provided Electrical Engineering Services To:
- NJ Transit
- New Jersey Department of Transportation
- New Jersey Turnpike Authority including the Garden State Parkway
- New Jersey Economic Development Authority
To learn more, go to the Electrical Engineering and Lighting Design Projects page.