Electrosonic Design Consulting provides both design services that follow Standard Architectural Phases or deliverables customized to suit your project’s schedule and scope. Our scope can include some or all of the following services:
• Blue Sky Charrettes
• Mock-ups and Technology Demonstrations
• Concept Design / Programming Phase
After a thorough review of the requirements of the design, new and emerging audio-visual technologies are presented for consideration. A Systems Narrative describing the system architecture, technology selections and performance criteria is initiated.
• Schematic Design
Plan drawings and system block diagrams depict the equipment layouts, design intent, facility impact and connectivity of the system. A project budget is developed.
• Design Development
Schematic designs from the previous phase are further developed and refined. Documents prepared by other engineers that affect the AVC systems design are reviewed. If required the system can be value engineered based on the project team’s needs.
• Contract Documents
Drawings and documents are finalized. A formal bid specification is created that also provides vendor recommendations.
Assistance is provided to the project team in choosing the appropriate installation vendor or vendors. Thorough qualitative and quantitative analysis of all proposals and bids are provided.
• Contract Administration
During this phase, Electrosonic ensures that the AVC Systems are fabricated and installed to meet the requirements of the bid specifications. Written reports and punch lists evaluate the progress of the installation.
The Design Consulting team at Electrosonic designed the Hall’s audio, video and interactive displays, to support the dinosaur exhibits and displays.
New-York Historical Society
The Design Consulting team at Electrosonic designed and supplied the audio, video and control systems for the renovation of the city’s oldest museum.
AT&T Dolphin Tales
The Design Consulting team at Electrosonic played a major role in the show’s development, designing all the audio and video equipment the show required.