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The North Carolina History Center and Mattocks Hall, a museum and visitors center serving as the entrance to the Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, a colonial Governor’s Mansion and related sites. The museum includes two main exhibit areas, the Regional History Museum, a gallery that explores 300 years of North Carolina history, and the Pepsi Family Center housing the children’s interactive section of the museum. The museum also includes a 180 seat performance hall, a visitors center with interactive exhibits, a cafe overlooking the Trent River, and a gift shop. Sustainable features include an underground cistern to collect rainwater and air conditioning condensate for irrigation use, daylighting in circulation and exhibit spaces, lighting controls, and energy efficient mechanical systems.
Audio-visual systems for an exhibit theatre, including projection, building paging and background music system as well as audio reinforcement and video projection system for a 180 seat performance hall.
Exterior and interior lighting for exhibit spaces, retail areas, an auditorium and a cafe, as well as theatrical lighting for the performance hall.
Access control, video surveillance and intercom for the museum and visitors center.
Theatrical stage lighting and rigging systems for the auditorium.
Under Construction: Architectural acoustics for the West Hotel guest suites, parking garage and
In Design: Redevelopment of the 25-acre Boulevard Crossing Park, including two multi-purpose
Lighting and acoustics for the conversion of a medical library into a multiuse chapel located in the
Restoration and conversion of the Lucas Theatre for the Arts, a 1920s movie palace, into a 1,400
Renovation and upgrades to the historic Fox Theatre, including renovation of retail space to
The Knight Theatre, a 1,150 seat multipurpose theatre, is one component of The Levine Center for
Acoustics, audio-visual, security and communications systems for the Taubman Museum of Art complex
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center at Patriot Park, located just outside the gates of
The Georgia International Convention Center includes 150,000 square feet of exhibition space,
Architectural acoustics, audio-visual systems, security, and voice and data communications systems
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre houses the 2,750 seat John A. Williams Theatre, and hosts