On the first visit to your center, LMI will number all the poles, identify the locations of all lights and pylon signs, and then create a digital site plan on Google Earth. This site plan will be used to coordinate repair requests between LMI and the property manager.
LMI will refer to this numbering system when identifying outages in the monthly night inspection report. Numbering poles and lettering each fixture is an excellent way of tracking possible warranty work.
LMI inspects properties on the 1st and/or the 15th of every month. This inspection includes a comprehensive report of each center’s lighting deficiencies including pole lighting, canopy lighting, security lighting (wall packs), pylon signage and tenant signage. This report can include an approximate cost for repair and is emailed to the property manager for repair approval/authorization.
A copy of the Night Inspection Report, including the repair estimate, is given to the technician. If the actual repairs are more involved than originally thought, the technician will call the owner/owners representative for approval before proceeding.