CDEC Wins Education Project of the Year at AV News Awards
We are delighted to announce, live from ISE 2017 in Amsterdam, that we have been crowned as the winner of AV News’ Education Project of the Year award!
The award was presented for our work at which we have done with Goldsmith University in London. Goldsmiths were looking for an AV company to undertake the supply, installation and commissioning of audio & visual systems into 91 rooms across the University campus. Originally this project was to take up to 30 months, but it was completed within nine months. This was down to all the success of the programmed off-offsite build process.
David Swayne, chief information officer at Goldsmiths, said: “CDEC is the best AV company that I have worked with – the success of our project is largely due to the excellent and flexible attitude of the CDEC team and the quality of their work.”
Speaking at the awards presentation, Toni Barnett, managing director of CDEC, said: “We are thrilled to have once again been recognised by AV News and to receive this award. The Goldsmiths project was a challenging one but the end result has been incredibly well received. We were able to significantly reduce the time each teaching space was out of use with our innovative off-site build and we’ve had a lot of positive comments from senior management at the university.”
By winning this award, it firmly cements CDEC position as one of the U.K’s best integrators and resellers. We hope we can carry our success on throughout 2017 and receive more awards to underline the hard work and success of our fantastic team. We also wouldn’t be able to obtain these accolades without support from partners, suppliers, manufacturers and clients.