Case Study | Biamp Systems - United Brotherhood of Carpenters | Tech Electronics
  • Commercial
    Providing technology solutions for businesses of all shapes and sizes
  • Construction
    Bringing decades of experience to your construction project
  • Education
    Designing, installing and servicing technology for learning environments
  • Government
    Delivering technology solutions to all branches of government
  • Healthcare
    Meeting the demands of modern healthcare through technology solutions
  • Industrial
    Empowering facilities with technology for today and tomorrow
  • Religious
    Equipping faith-based organizations with the latest technology
  • Work Smarter
    Tech Electronics gives organizations the tools to work more efficiently
  • Feel Safer
    Protecting people and property through life safety and communication solutions
  • Collaborate More Effectively
    Increasing productivity through technology-based collaboration tools

Pro AV Catalog

Research Our AV Products

Pro AV Catalog

Research Our AV Products

Pro AV Catalog

Biamp Systems - United Brotherhood of Carpenters

Submitted By

Biamp Systems - United Brotherhood of Carpenters
Contact Us
Description
Featured Products
Additional Providers
SITUATION

The United Brotherhood of Carpenters is dedicated to providing education, training, and support to industry professionals from all over the world. In order to offer comprehensive instruction, the organization recently completed its international training facility, which provides both classroom and real-world education to carpenters of all backgrounds, areas of specialization, and skill levels. Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, this facility also functions as a headquarters for more than 200 regional training centers throughout North America, and supports more than 2,500 instructors. The United Brotherhood of Carpenters operates an international training facility consisting of a grand atrium, training center, workshop, multiple food service areas, and two onsite hotels. The facility features 22 individual classrooms, as well as two spacious ballrooms that can each be divided to form up to six smaller spaces. With several modular spaces designed to accommodate a variety of functions and training scenarios, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters required a flexible audio solution capable of supporting its growing facility.

SOLUTION

AVDB of Las Vegas was selected as the integrator, with Senior Sales Engineer Daryl Porter as the project manager. As the discussion and planning of the facility’s design needs progressed, the AVDB team realized that Tesira with AVB was the best solution. Tesira’s bandwidth and high-channel count, combined with its flexibility and ability to integrate with devices from multiple manufacturers, made it an excellent choice for this robust installation. AVB allows the United Brotherhood of Carpenters to expand the system with ease as the facility’s needs evolve and the complex continues to grow; it provides the necessary flexibility while significantly reducing the amount of wiring needed and offers easier overall connectivity. Speakers in the entryway atrium play a soundscape featuring ambient construction sounds, routed through a Tesira SERVER-IO.

The primary installation was in the two large ballrooms, one on each floor. Each ballroom contains six projectors. When the ballrooms are completely open, three projection screens are combined to create a massive presentation area along one wall. There is an address from the head of the Union every morning. Once the address concludes, the ballrooms are subdivided into the necessary spaces for the day’s training sessions. The two ballrooms contain airwalls and room combiners so that they can be divided for smaller lectures and presentations. The six projectors can then be connected to a lectern containing AV controls and connected to playback devices that are in turn connected to Tesira EX-IN, which takes the four analog inputs and routes them back to the main Tesira DSP. All lecterns in the ballrooms are connected to analog floor boxes, allowing the wireless microphones in each lectern to connect to the system.

CONCLUSIONS

Due to the complexity and massive scale of the installation, including the high channel count and multiple reconfigurable spaces, there were some challenges along the way. Biamp’s application engineers supported the project, helping the United Brotherhood of Carpenters become one of the largest AVB installations in North America.