Presentation by: Shirley Coyle, Cree Inc.
We will cover key elements of IES RP-33 Lighting for Exterior Environments. The recommended practice aims to provide guidance in finding a balance between using the nighttime environment, and constraints created by ordinances and bylaws, as well as other factors such as environmental and health concerns. IES RP-33 Lighting for Exterior Environments is a key document for practicing designers, as it links various other documents that provide design guidelines for specific outdoor lighting applications, including IES RP-20 Lighting for Parking Facilities, and IES RP-8 Roadway Lighting.
About our Speaker: Shirley Coyle is with Cree, Inc. Cree is a market-leading innovator of LED lighting products and LED components.
Shirley is President of Cree’s Canadian business unit. She has worked for several international lighting companies during her 30 years in the lighting industry. Lighting Certified since 2000, Shirley is an active member of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), a Past President of the Toronto Section, a past IES District Chair, and after four years on the IESNA Board of Directors, Shirley is now Vice-President (Incoming President), and will become President starting in July of 2016. She is a member of several IES committees including Roadway Lighting, Outdoor Environmental Lighting, and Street & Area Lighting. Shirley is also a committee member for several CSA standards committees on lighting including Roadway and Solid State Lighting.