audiovideoconsultant.com Building Better Communications
Assisting - Developers - Architects - Electrical Contractors with Low Voltage Communication Systems
Supporting our Partners,Industry
audiovideoconsulatnt.com's BICSI certified information and communications technologists (ICT) , cover the spectrum of voice, data, electronic safety & security, project management and audio & video technologies. They encompasses the design, integration and installation of pathways, spaces, optical fiber- and copper-based distribution systems, wireless-based systems and infrastructure that supports the transportation of information and associated signaling systems or devices.
These technicians provide the fundamental infrastructure for telecommunications, audio/video, life safety and automation systems, delivering critical products and services.
Infocomm Certified Technology Specialist Installation (CTS-I) installs and maintains audiovisual systems by following specifications, schematics, codes, and safety protocols; administering installation process logistics; troubleshooting and problem-solving systems; maintaining tools and equipment; and communicating with clients, designers, other trades, installers, and staff to provide the best audiovisual solutions for client needs, on time and within budget.
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Technology drives our business—it speeds schedules, cuts costs, and ensures quality. Technology enables our colleagues to perform increasingly complex design work, brings together audiovideoconsultant's together anywhere.
For example, we are continually developing information systems to improve our work. These include:
Implementing new applications to accelerate information flow among engineering, construction, procurement, and project management functions
Applying multiple Web-based procurement and collaboration tools
Deploying new networking technologies, such as "virtual companies" that let multiple offices in far-flung places team up to design and manage projects. We know that careful planning early in the project lifecycle—when key decisions are made about the work plan—will yield the greatest reduction in rework and improvements in quality. Essentially, our projects head off rework by enlisting the support of our project management and procurement teams as part of the early design process, and continue this collaboration throughout commissioning.
Integrated project management leads the complex process of defining systems and end user requirements to select the right system.
On-site leadership, planning, and implementation process minimizes frustrations and promotes adoption of new techologies and systems. Realizing that new systems can be imposing or complex, we provide structured training and gudiance that enables user ease.
Whether we’re helping contractors with new projects or system upgrades , we optimize the PM processes to retuce costs.