AV systems delivered to meet the requirements of a future-proof campus and ambitious carbon reduction goals.
We are the appointed sole supplier of Audio Visual systems design, supply, and installation and managed services to UEA, following on from our first on-campus engagement in 2003.
This working relationship began with a comprehensive appraisal of the University’s strategic goals in a highly competitive higher education market, and the role of AV systems therein. Following the delivery of multiple projects over the years to their exact tender specifications, in the realisation of the University’s long term vision.
The campus has seen significant investment over the years; our appreciation and understanding of the University’s systems helped us become trusted partners in successive delivery for teaching blocks, student accommodation, specialist projects, new builds, re-fitting teaching spaces and lecture theatres.
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2003 – Zuckerman Institute for Connective Environmental Research
2004 – Restaurants Zest, Vista & Blend
2005 – Library Extension
2006 – Edith Cavell Building
2007 – Student Residences
2007 – Extension to the School of Medicine
2008 – INTO UEA Norwich & London
2010 – Thomas Paine – ‘Highly Commended’ at International AV Awards
2014 – Julian Study Centre
2016 – The Enterprise Centre: Britain’s Greenest Building and ‘Green Project’ Award Winner, AV Awards 2016
2017 – Bob Champion Building
2018 – Building 60
In recent years, UEA have set highly ambitious carbon reduction goals upon themselves. Naturally, high expectations were raised from the design and installation of AV systems to contribute towards achievement of carbon reduction goals.
– ‘The Enterprise Centre’ | Britain’s Greenest Building– a flagship low carbon building design hosts an enterprise centre, teaching and learning rooms- including a 300 seat lecture theatre.
– ‘Julian Study Centre – Building 57’ – built to be the most environmentally-friendly building on campus and to address the rapidly growing demand for more teaching spaces on campus. AV systems were designed and delivered for two lecture theatres, seminar rooms, a cafe and break-out spaces. More importantly, our systems had to contribute towards UEA’s low-carbon goals.
2004 – Union House Refurbishment
2005 – Livewire Radio Refurbishment
2005 – Library Extension
2006 – Refurbishment of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
2007 – Further Laboratory Refurbishments
2010 – Science Space Rationalisation
2010 – Library Refurbishment
2010 – Education Building Refurbishment
2011 – Chancellors Drive Annex
2012 – ARTS Refurbishment
2013 – Edith Cavell & MED Building Refurbishments
2014 – Summer Refresh
2016 – Enterprise Centre and Sportspark
2017 – Lecture Theatre Block Refresh
2017 – Summer Refresh
2018 – Summer Refresh
2019 – Council Chamber Refurbishment
2019 – Summer Refresh
Other projects include the redesign and upgrade for six lecture theatres, seating between 200 and 485 students, including the university’s largest theatre seating nearly 500 students.
Besides the installation of AV hardware for each of the theatres, the projects also involved commissioning of branded lecterns with integrated controls, digital projection and sound systems including wireless microphones and IP streaming capabilities with centralised control and monitoring.