- Start preparing today. It will take time to coordinate getting all of the lights turned off and communicating with your tenants security, housekeeping and engineering.
- Security and housekeeping should start providing you reports on a nightly basis of the percentage of lights left on and which floors.
- Train your security, housekeeping and engineering teams to help you turn off lights in unoccupied offices.
- Send a note to your tenants about Lights Out Houston and ask for their assistance in turning off lights when they leave at night.
- Send a note to your tenants that your team will be turning off lights in unoccupied offices after hours.
- Offices that are still occupied are not being asked to turn off their lights. Those tenants should consider how many lights are on while they work.
- Historical and decorative lighting – turn them off for the event. 9 pm – midnight.
- Housekeeping should be complete by 9:30 pm and lights should be off to insure darkness by 10 pm.
- Lighting controls may need to be overridden to have buildings dark by 9:30 pm
- Landscaping lighting – turn off if they are not part of security lighting.
- Security lighting should be left on.
- Roof top decorative lights – turn off for the event.
- Encourage your property management colleagues to participate.
- Tell your friends and family and ask them to watch the news for the Lights Out Houston participation. Turn off unnecessary lights at home.
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Want more information? Download the 2013 LightsOut Houston Brief