If they are to be shot "in lighting where the colour temperature is tightly controlled" then you probably need to find out to what standard this is set and check the filtration needed between your film(s) expected colour-balance and that of the lighting. Better to get this perfectly correct in camera than to try to compensate afterwards somehow.

What film you choose will also depend on how much light there is and what you are photographing in it - are the colour-charts made of artificial paint, ink, natural pigments, a wide-range of colours vs a limited set, or ??

What will be the final output that you require? RA4 prints, B+W prints, projected-slides ? Transparency-films are a bit of an orphan child for reproduction these days, especially as there are so few left, and you might want to stick with neg if you need prints at the end of the process.