Pure AV named finalist at InstallAwards 2017
The team at Pure AV is delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist at this year’s InstallAwards for work completed at the Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. The integrated video, audio and data solution at The Royal Oldham Hospital has been selected as a finalist in the Best Education Project category.
The installation at The Royal Oldham Hospital in Greater Manchester is one of six projects to make the final shortlist, in a fiercely competitive category that attracts entries from across the UK.
The InstallAwards will bring together AV manufacturers, installers and individuals from across the pro-AV industry in London on June 29. The hugely popular event recognises excellence in the industry, focusing on the best projects in the preceding 12 months and the people who make them happen.
Pure AV’s entry features work completed at The Royal Oldham Hospital’s new £600,000 Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre. The aim of the centre to extend training beyond the North Manchester General Hospital, where presently 700 doctors, nurses and midwives receive advanced clinical training each year. It includes two simulation rooms with high-tech manikins and a consultation room environment, along with control and debriefing rooms.
Pure AV was appointed by the Trust to design, integrate and install an audiovisual system to record and playback training activity for detailed post training analysis and debriefing. View the full case study here.
Aidan Crowe, divisional director and account lead on the project for Pure AV, said: “This was a really interesting project to be involved with. It is fantastic to think that this installation is helping the Trust to improve standards of patient care. We are delighted to have the team’s efforts recognised by the industry and will keep our fingers crossed for June.”
Pure AV will find out whether they have been successful at the InstallationAwards dinner to be held at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London Kensington on June 29.