According to LEED v4 EQC6 (Interior Lighting), all shared multi occupant spaces shall be endowed with control systems that enable occupants to adjust the lighting to meet group needs. Switches must be located in the same space as the controlled luminaires and a person operating the control must a direct line of sight to the controlled luminaires.
Does these requirements applies to restaurants and gymnasiums ? Typically, lighting levels in these spaces are controlled by O&M team (clients are not supposed to operate lighting controls). If yes, can you please provide an example on how to apply this requirement to these type spaces ?
Thanks in advance,