Avitecture, Inc., a leading audiovisual systems designer and integrator, recently completed major improvements throughout the Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, a beautiful and rustic performance venue nestled in a 117-acre national park in Fairfax, Virginia.
For the sixth year in a row, Avitecture, Inc. has been awarded the Virginia Association of State College and University Purchasing Professionals (VASCUPP) contract to provide design and installation services for audiovisual projects for 11 exceptional institutions of higher education in Virginia, including
Avitecture, Inc. is pleased to announce its recent collaboration with Green Flash Brewing Company to furnish and install audiovisual systems for Green Flash’s new location and retail store. The San Diego-based purveyors of craft beer sought a partner to provide and service audiovisual programs and equipment emulating its California locations.
Avitecture has achieved elite status as an Audiovisual Provider of Excellence (APEx) by InfoComm International, the trade association for the audiovisual (AV) and information communications industries. Avitecture met the program’s requirements for high-quality service, technical expertise and professionalism.
A federal contractor gave Avitecture an intriguing challenge: design and build environmentally-friendly and easy-to-use videowall systems for two boardrooms in an LEED-certified building.
Under contract to the AV system installer Avitecture, Akt3, which reps ETC in the Mid-Atlantic region, provided the lighting installation and control package, including programming. There are three ETC dimmer racks and the Pharos control unit. Akt3’s Greg Orth, the systems integrator and Pharos programmer, used RS232 serial communication protocol to program the interface between the Pharos and the AV system.