Toronto’s new Air Jordan location on Yonge Street in downtown Toronto, Canada wanted to be more than just a store; they wanted to create an experience. That was the goal when designing the three-level retail space equipped with an underground kids-only concourse, an industrial-designed retail level, and an upper athletic training facility. In order to […]
Project of the Week
The Mississippi Community College Board (MCCB) is using new technology infrastructure to improve virtual learning. Deployment of the FlashStack converged infrastructure from Pure Storage and Cisco is enhancing MCCB’s data center infrastructure, reducing costs, and drastically improving enrollment experience and opportunities for its more than 70,000 students. The Tech Decision The MCCB provides centralized IT […]
The Engineering Professional Education program (EPE) at Purdue University has been helping distance students complete engineering degrees for more than 60 years, going so far as to record lectures on VHS tapes and ship them to individual students across the country, or use dedicated satellites and telephone lines. With today’s online access, the use of […]
The Panama City EWOffice Business Center underwent a large automation project that brought control to multiple systems including lighting, HVAC, AV, security, and more.
Nexteer Automotive World Headquarters hired Bluewater to install a digital signage system in its corporate headquarters, complete with video walls, displays, a CMS, and more.
Hy-Vee hired Dimensional Innovations to install a set of NanoLumens LED video displays throughout its new Ron Pearson Center in the Dwight Vredenburg History Pavilion.
The Stolen Heart exhibit at Leo Baeck Institute in New York follows the rise of Jewish business and property owners in Berlin during the 19th century, as well as the crucial economic, cultural, scientific and philanthropic contributions they made until the 1930s, after which Jewish-owned homes and business were confiscated and used by the Nazis […]