The Sterling, Virginia-based service provider of integrated AV-IT solutions and support, Avitecture has recently launched its new website.
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.
After 18 years in the live events/rental and staging side of the business and a subsequent move into integration two years ago, salesperson Alexis B. La Broi, MBA, CTS® — now a systems consultant for Sterling, Virginia-based Avitecture — set herself a new target: to finally try for her CTS certification. She felt motivated and encouraged after attending the inaugural Women of InfoComm Network Breakfast at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando.
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.
The National Geographic Society, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary, enjoys seemingly limitless high-definition video content of the natural world. It wanted to celebrate that universe of content with displays at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C.