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AV SYSTEMS DESIGN

Verrex’s process-driven approach combines AV system design with a full range of integration capabilities and managed services to provide clients with a more precise budget, timeline, and sustainable solution for their technology integration project.

VERREX AV SYSTEMS DESIGN SERVICES

As an integrator, our designs are based on actual experience in-the-field with system functionality and with the impact that other factors and stakeholders exact. This includes considerations for AV technology and required infrastructure, as well as interior architecture and construction. The result is a comprehensive, vetted system of proper and precise design that translates into fewer change orders, fewer missed details, fewer budget overages, and a more accurate post-installation support plan, as the project moves into, and out of, the build phase.

In the earliest stage, Verrex collaborates with a client to determine what goals the AV technology needs to meet. Once we all understand the role of AV, we can produce an initial budget, preliminary equipment selection, and system requirement definitions. 

Next, we conceptualize integration of AV into the space and coordinate with the architect. Verrex provides detailed drawing packages in-line with architect phases and requirements. Verrex will help determine suitable room dimensions, display integration, furniture, millwork, color palette, microphone & sound speaker placement, shades, lighting, and acoustics.

Following delivery of final plans, Verrex provides complete system integration, from project management to commissioning. The last stage delivers managed services in order to increase adoption of a client’s technology investment.  

PHASE 1: PROGRAMMING
Client Needs Analysis

  • Conduct end-user survey and needs analysis

  • Submit capabilities description by room or area

Project Budget

  • Specify preliminary equipment selection

  • Establish AV project budget

 

 

PHASE 2: DESIGN AND DOCUMENTATION
Plans for Construction Purposes

  • Define team responsibilities

  • Provide preliminary AV floor plans

  • Develop AV electrical location requirements

  •  Submit AV reflective ceiling plan

  •  Supply equipment specifications for base-building

Revised AV Architectural Drawings

  • Provide basic floor plans, elevations, reflected ceilings

  • Review AV details with architect & interiors engineering

  • Provide final equipment specifications 

 

 

PHASE 3: CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
Final Plans

  •  Provide final system flows/block diagrams

  • Complete set of coordinated AV architectural, floor plans, elevations, RCP, equipment details

  • Provide AV millwork/wall specifications/requirements

  • Provide AV conduit riser, junction box schedule, and AV completed details