The project was a TEECOM AV design/bid that Avidex submitted on and was awarded the job. Avidex was subcontracted by Redwood Electric (the electrical contractor) to provide the audiovisual equipment and installation.
The audiovisual portion of the project included a Divisible Conference Room and the installation of twelve flat panel displays for signage and patient information.The Divisible Conference Room consists of ceiling recessed video projectors in motorized lifts and motorized projection screens. In each of the rooms, an audiovisual input wall plate at the front of the room provides connectivity for a VGA input, 3.5mm audio input, and HDMI laptops or other AV sources. A wall-mounted, push-button control interface at the front of each room allows users to turn the AV systems ON and OFF, RAISE and LOWER the Volume and SELECT input Sources. Audio is reproduced via ceiling recessed loudspeakers. A small AV equipment rack is located in the credenza in the rear of one of the rooms and houses all of the audiovisual equipment.
Avidex supplied all of the audiovisual equipment, the installation of the equipment as well as the programming of the control system and audio and video switching.
The new Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Los Gatos Center is scheduled to open for patient care on Monday, June 22, 2015.
Services at the new 40,000-square-foot medical building, located at 15400 Los Gatos Blvd., will provide primary care – Pediatrics, Family Medicine and Internal Medicine – as well as digital imaging services, a laboratory, and an urgent care center that will be open 365 days a year. The new building includes 51 exam rooms, four treatment rooms, one anti-coagulation room, two observation rooms and one radiology room.
About Anthony Paoletti
Anthony brings over 23 years of audiovisual experience and has worn nearly every "hat" in the industry; from Consultant to End User; Account Representative to Install Technician; Project Manager to Systems Engineer. Contact Anthony at email@example.com