How to save up on construction cost by including Audiovisual.

Building a new venue is an exciting phase for any investor; It is the time when the concept and ideas come to life. And around the time the finishing touches are being setup, the audiovisual and lighting meeting takes place with the integrators. You’ll realize after the meeting that walls will need to be torn down or adjusted, decoration will need serious modifications and construction time and cost will be longer and higher. So how to avoid all this unnecessary stress to an otherwise exciting period?

Luigia- Italian restaurant audio integration, beautiful interior, crystal clear sound and no sound system in sight.

If your opening a space that relies on AVL - i.e. bar, museum, office building - make sure to have a sit down with the architects, construction company AND the audiovisual integrators. This will assure all teams are aligned making the planning process much smoother.

Many audiovisual installations require a specific setup to ensure the space receives the best lighting and sound. The goal is to give a first row ticket to all potential clients even the furthest seated in the corner back of the space. In order to deliver on this, the audiovisual company needs to be part of the design process as well as present their construction request the earliest possible.

Flair #5- Beautiful lounge with symmetrically placed speakers giving a great sound for all clients

Choosing your audiovisual partner must be done with care as they will play a key role in achieving your dream space, will cut on both cost and time and finally, provide quality sound and lighting to accentuate the interior design.

Many reasons can rise throughout this process that can make an investor wish their AV partners were by their side from day 1, this - amongst many other circumstances and situations- is what Pulse Middle East can keep an eye on for you:

1- Cable runs can be an avoided hassles while framing is up and the walls are unfinished.

2- Installation that require a lot of hard construction work such as: mounting and tearing down walls and ceilings, floor drilling and repurposing furniture.

3- Electrical and IT needs to integrated the system together like Outlet locations, audio visual rack locations and network port locations.

4- Furniture sizes, dimensions and placement to make sure the cabinets fit the racks and the room has enough space for the equipment itself.

5- Avoiding natural lighting disasters such as setting up a room to have the projector facing a window.

6- Finally, Location surprises, unexpected circumstances can cost a fortune, things like low ceilings, thin or unmountable walls, narrow corridors…

Contact Pulse Middle East today for a consultation on your new project.

District restaurant's setup that includes the audiovisual equipment within its industrial decor.