Framingham, MA, May 10, 2017 – Theater, music, dance and art — that’s all part of the portfolio of the Milburn Stone Theatre at Cecil College, the premier theatrical house in Maryland’s northeast region. In addition to its place on the campus, the Milburn Stone Theatre — named for the actor and college benefactor best […]
Project Forest City 1812 Ashland Avenue L3A Project Description Convergent Technologies Design Group has been asked to provide Acoustical Analysis and Recommendation services for the Forest City – 1812 Ashland Avenue new construction project in Baltimore, Maryland. The areas under analysis are Exterior Noise Code, Interior Sound Isolation, and HVAC Noise and Vibration control. Forest […]
PROJECT DASNY Queens College Fitzgerald Gym DESCRIPTION Queens College, located in Queens, New York, was founded in 1937 and is recognized as a prestigious higher education institution on a national scale. The existing Fitzgerald Gymnasium building was constructed soon after the founding of the institution, and has served as an athletic and educational building for […]
PROJECT St. Matthews Catholic Church New Sanctuary DESCRIPTION Convergent Technologies provided audiovisual systems design for the St. Matthew Catholic Church located in El Paso, Texas. CTDG designed a proper sound system for the new building along with infrastructure for future fit-out of equipment that will be purchased in the future. The new system will include: […]
RoomMatch System Bose Professional Rejuvenates the sound at the Todd Performing Arts Center at Chesapeake College Framingham, MA – The Todd Performing Arts Center (TPAC) at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills, MD, recently upgraded its 903-seat theater audio system. The effort, led by AV consultant Convergent Technologies Design Group, Inc., was intended to bring the […]
Convergent Technologies was asked by Davis Architects to provide audiovisual systems design for Samford University College of Health Sciences. It is understood that the College of Health Sciences is a relatively new program, which will be migrating standards from a range of existing programs into a single building. The overall design for each Audiovisual system […]
Classes start at Rutgers next Tuesday. Move in is this weekend. But there are 465 lucky students who moved in last Sunday. Students who will be living at what some are calling the “front porch” of the University. The Yard at College Avenue. And, yes, I’d love to live there. Thank goodness DEVCO didn’t use […]
Washington and Lee’s new Center for Global Learning began as a vision nearly a decade ago, a concept for a unique space that would embody the university’s evolving global studies program. That vision is now a reality, manifested in brick and mortar, contemporary design and cutting-edge technology.The building was officially dedicated on May 13, with […]
Construction of The National Law Enforcement Museum is now underway in historic Judiciary Square. Convergent Technologies is providing Audiovisual Systems, Telecommunications Cabling, & Access Control Systems design for this exciting project. The Museum will be below grade with two glass entrance pavilions positioned south of the Memorial and fronting E Street with the historic City […]
As part of the Rafael Viñoly Architects-designed expansion of The Rockefeller University, a crane hoisted the first of 19 modular steel structural assemblies into place above the Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive in New York City in the early hours of June 15th.
Calling all NY Architects! Where will you be on May 12th? We are excited to announce that we are hosting an exclusive AIA Happy Hour event! First, there will be an AIA accredited course at 4pm, and then, their will be hors d’oeuvres, drinks, music, and magic until 10pm at the Gansevoort Hotel on Park […]
Beach season has not quite arrived, but it is still possible to get the shore experience. Our audiovisual design abilities coupled with the visual displays of the exhibit produced a replicated experience of walking along the shoreline of an ocean, from the boardwalk to the creatures buried beneath the sand dunes. This interactive experience is […]
We would like to thank ‘Light and Sound America’ and ‘Pro Sound Web’ for featuring our design of the new Theater Audio system at Chesapeake College on their websites! The Todd Performing Arts Center had not updated their audio system since the 1990’s. To ensure the theater had even sound coverage through out the space, […]
Convergent Technologies Design Group has been asked to provide telecommunications cabling systems with associated supporting infrastructure for voice/data/RF video outlets, audiovisual system electronics with associated supporting infrastructure, room acoustics, interior sound isolation, HVAC noise control design services for the MGM Resorts MGM Springfield to be located in Springfield, Massachusetts. CTDG recommended Noise Criterion levels and […]
Are you attending the SCUP Conference this year? If so, stop by our booth #3!
Check out this commercial about the Martin House, a project CTDG was proud to be a part of! Technology systems included: telecommunications cabling (voice, data, RF Video), video surveillance and intrusion detection, Local Area Network (LAN) and Wi-Fi electronics, audiovisual presentation, public address and program/speech audio reinforcement along with the associated supporting infrastructure.
CTDG is honored to be a part of the the National Aquarium project. You can read about it here! http://washington.cbslocal.com/2015/05/12/national-aquarium-launches-hands-on-living-seashore-exhibit/
Convergent Technologies was mentioned in an article in Sound & Communications for our Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Project. To view this article and find out more about the project click below and read pages 42-48 and page 77 for details: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/f0d7bd2b#/f0d7bd2b/42
CTDG is working with JLG Architects on the new School of Medicine & Health Sciences at the University of North Dakota. This project is expected to be completed in July of 2016. Below is a video that shows a closer glance into how the new building will look.