Audio visual solutions for the education sector

Helping to create educational facilities to attract and inspire students

Whether you're a school, a further education college or a university, we can help you to develop the audio visual systems in your teaching spaces to support innovative teaching and meet the technological expectations of today's learners.

We've transformed teaching spaces, lecture theatres, communal areas and meeting rooms into inclusive multi-purpose spaces that enrich the student experience and support active engagement.

The requirement for audio visual solutions within the education sector are many and wide-ranging and as technologies progress so do the educational applications. We work hard to keep up to date with the latest developments in technology and educational practice to ensure that we offer the best most effective solutions to our education customers.

In recent times in addition to interactive teaching walls we have seen an increase in demand for active and collaborative learning spaces along with the ability to support wireless connectivity and BYOD. Video conferencing and lecture capture continue to feature high on University and college project lists along with investment in digital signage and video walls in communal and community areas.

Whatever the application our design team work to create flexible, environmentally sound systems that are easy to manage and use. Helping you to attract and inspire students and staff alike, through the provision of outstanding facilities for teaching, research and industry collaboration. Read on below for some recent examples of our work.

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Featured education sector case studies

Cardinal Newman College
University of Liverpool Hart Building
Queen's University Belfast
LJMU - Copperas Hill Development
Harper Adams and Keele Veterinary School
Lancaster University - LICA

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