The Manufacturing Solutions Center (MSC) in Conover, NC hosted a grand opening of the MSC Phase II building and the reopening of the up-fit MSC I building.
Tony Whitener, Special Projects Director of the MSC, pictured above cutting the ribbon and officially opening the new building.
The MSC Phase II building is a two-story, 75,000 square-foot facility that houses four local manufacturers that graduated from the MSC’s business incubator and expanded MSC services.
The MSC is a facility where innovative concepts may be put through design or the research and development processes. It's where products and prototypes are tested; manufacturing processes are fine-tuned and accurate cost and product studies are performed. The MSC has the mission of supporting US manufacturers and creating and retaining US manufacturing jobs.
ClarkPowell partnered with the MSC to design and install an audiovisual solution in the new building. The project was to include training rooms, conference rooms and a large networking space to aide in the growing resources provided by the center.
ClarkPowell chose to go with the new Biamp AV over IP solution due to equipment availability for a hard deadline for opening and for how user-friendly the solution is.
The Biamp control solution consists of a Biamp Impera Tango control processor and a Biamp Forte DSP with the combination of Biamp Apprimo TEC-X 2000 room controllers and touch panels
The install also includes a conference room featuring a NEC LED video wall with an ultra narrow bezel and two 10,000 lumens laser projectors that are edge blended to fill the Da-Lite fixed screen.
The install included 12 Sony displays ranging from 55” to 100” and each room has an individual room control.
ClarkPowell's Account Manager, Mark Lawing seen here routing different signage players to various displays for the opening event. The Apprino 10” touch panel in the rack room allows any source selected to be routed to any display in the building.
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