Project of the Week
The Curtiss Hotel is redefining downtown elegance in Buffalo, New York. The hotel features 68 ultra-luxurious rooms, the Chez Ami, an upscale restaurant, VUE rooftop lounge, and a variety of chic amenities that seamlessly come together to provide guests with a sophisticated vacation experience.
150 Media Stream is a 3,000 square foot display divided into 89 separated super-thin LED blades variously sized between 3.25 inches to 15 inches in width, and standing vertically anywhere from 6-feet to 22-feet tall.
Leoness Cellars is not only a hotspot for those looking to spend a day outdoors, but it has become a major destination for weddings, bachelorette parties, and weekend get-a-ways. This beautiful Temecula Valley winery recently underwent a massive renovation where the focus was to elevate their guests experience by offering a dynamic space to all wine lovers.
Holmes Murphy faced poor audio quality, lack of video conferencing capabilities, and a constant need for IT support in their meeting spaces. When 75-percent of their meetings included remote participants and have a growing workforce of young professionals who expect intuitive technology, Holmes Murphy knew they needed a change.
The staff at the Ben E. Owens Cancer Center lacked confidence in their AV systems. The technology within their conference rooms was inconsistent and led to communication breakdowns during meetings. They enlisted the help of Sound Concepts to fix these issues.
With over 24,000 students enrolled in the Vancouver, Washington K-12 School District, keeping classrooms outfitted with current generation technology can be a costly process for Steve Bratt, Director for Technology Infrastructure and Operations.