Outdoor space has become valuable property. People are mobile and it is here, in the outdoor space, where people can stay connected with each other and the environment, enjoying a healthier and more social lifestyle… day and night. LP-2, Quality Lighting Design for People in Outdoor Environments, is brand new guidance from the IES. Pedestrians are more vulnerable than motorists, where they look and what they need in a lighted environment are considered and discussed. With design and reassurance at its core, this session will walk you through LP-2, describing pedestrian vision, lighting design considerations, and the design process for outdoor pedestrian spaces. Intuitively, we know pedestrians need to detect sidewalk hazards for physical safety. Additionally, to activate outdoor space, there must be a high priority on pedestrian emotion and reassurance so they choose to engage with the space. Seeing other people, destinations, making threat assessments, and being able to navigate with confidence are key to the lighting design process for outdoor pedestrians.
Webinar participants are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU).
Shirley Coyle, Moderator
Shirley Coyle has been a member of the IES for 36 years and has served in several responsible capacities in the past: President of the Toronto Section, District Chair and Board of Directors. She serves on several IES committees including Roadway Lighting, Outdoor Environmental Lighting, and Street & Area Lighting. Coyle is also a committee member for several CSA Group standards committees on lighting including Roadway and Solid State Lighting and is a Past-President of the IES.
Nancy Clanton, PE, FIES, FIALD, LC, LEED Fellow
CEO Clanton & Associates, Inc.
Nancy Clanton is CEO of Clanton & Associates, a lighting design firm specializing in sustainable and regenerative design. Nancy is a registered Professional Engineer. Nancy is chair of the IES Lighting for Outdoor Pedestrian Spaces Committee. Nancy is a member of the National Academy of Science committee on the assessment of solid state lighting. Nancy is International Standards Organization (ISO) 205 WG 7,USA delegate. Nancy received the 2018 Edison Report Lifetime Achievement Award, 2014 ACEC Colorado Outstanding Woman Engineer Award and the International CleanDesign Award. Nancy is a member of the WellBuilding “Light” advisory group, has served on the USGBC LEED Environmental Quality Technical Advisory Group, was lighting group leader for Greening of the White House, led the lighting workshops for the C40 conference in Seoul, was twice awarded the IES Presidential Award, and received the 2019 IES Louis B. Marks Award.
Randy Burkett is the President and Design Principal of Randy Burkett Lighting Design, Inc. Since he began professional practice, he has been responsible for the lighting of numerous national and international commissions. His diverse portfolio comprises museums, retail malls and stores, corporate headquarters, offices, health care and laboratory facilities, urban parks, site developments and building exteriors. Randy is an active member of the IALD and is a past President and former Board member of the organization. He is an IES Fellow and a member of the IES Dark Adapted Glare Lighting for Outdoor Public Spaces committees. He has authored design and technical articles appearing in publications in over 40 countries. He is a frequent speaker to professional organizations on a variety of lighting design subjects and has served as an instructor at the University of Colorado in Boulder and Maryville University in St. Louis. He is currently a member of the Adjunct Faculty of Washington University’s Graduate School of Architecture.