Science Complex lauded by audiovisual magazine
July 30, 2002
The Sundquist Science Complex was featured in the January 2002 edition of "ProAV," the trade magazine geared to the audiovisual sales and installation market.
In the article "Centered Around Science: AV Gear Garners Attention at New Science Center," the writer quotes Ken Swann, program administrator for the Tennessee Board of Regents, as saying, "Austin Peay's new science building is one of the South's premier science teaching facilities, offering students unsurpassed convenience and educational research opportunities."
The article touts the advanced audiovisual presentation technology within the complex, stating, "The new Sundquist Science Complex boasts cutting-edge AV presentation technology and a $38 million price tag."
According to the article, with $1 million of the construction budget allocated for AV equipment, "each room…is fully equipped with state-of-the-art educational presentation technologies, including touch-panel podiums, digital camera and LCD projectors."
EDI, an Atlanta-based technology design and engineering consulting firm, was brought on board by TBR to procure the AV equipment, while MCSi, an AV systems integrator, handled the extensive installation from its Nashville location.