- FIRM PROFILE
Theatrical consulting, architectural acoustics, mechanical and electrical systems noise control, and television studio infrastructure for the Andrew S. Miller Center for Communication Arts, a media arts center including a 150 seat studio, a 200 seat black box theatre, a radio station, audio and video production and editing rooms, and multimedia classrooms.
Architectural acoustics and mechanical and electrical noise control for the media arts center.
Audio-visual systems for the center housing the media communications, journalism, theatre, and cinema programs, and a 200 seat black box theatre, television production studio, numerous audio and video editing suites, radio studios, newsrooms, and lecture and classroom facilities. Extensive connectivity is provided to route audio, video, production communications, multimedia networks, and controls throughout the building. A fully digital performance audio system includes wireless microphones, digital playback systems, self-powered speakers, production intercom, and paging systems. The systems are flexible, allowing for quick and easy reconfiguration of the performance systems to the configuration and requirements of production.
Theatrical systems for the black box theatre include space planning; seating risers; stretch wire grid; sound reinforcement; as well as recording, playback, and production communication systems. Television production studio systems include stretch wire grid, production communications, audio and video distribution systems and connectivity for the university’s mobile broadcast trailer.
The campus of Impact 360, including “The Commons”, a 36,000 square foot multipurpose
A student wellness center housing counseling and psychological services, case management, dental
In Design: Renovation of the circa 1930’s era Seacobeck Hall housing classrooms and
Under Construction: Phased renovation of the 100,000 square foot, four story, circa 1950s Judge S.
Expansion of the Blairsville Campus building to support health education programs. The addition
Conversion of the four story historically significant Beeson Hall from a residence hall into
Expansion of the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) to house the Center for Molecular
In Design: An office building with an 800 vehicle parking deck on Dalney Street. The parking deck
The Ken and Blaire Mossman Building, a laboratory building, houses high-level research and
Strong Hall, an eight story, multidisciplinary science facility housing research and teaching
A three building complex, on the North Campus, comprising Magnolia and Dogwood Residence Halls, two