Engine Shed, Bristol
Bristol Engine Shed is Brunel’s original train station, once Bristol’s gateway to the world has opened its doors once again – as the city’s new enterprise hub to drive inward investment, create jobs and encourage a new generation of high growth businesses. Set in the heart of the Enterprise Zone, Engine Shed, a Grade I listed building built by the famous engineer in 1841, has had a £1.7 million transformation thanks to a partnership between Bristol City Council, the University of Bristol and the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership.
Since the transformation the team at Engine Shed decided to upgrade there existing AV systems, sending an enquiry through our website we set up a meeting to discuss their requirements. We worked closely with Operations Manager Karen Drake and were able to install new start of the art Audio Visual Systems within the Brunel Room and Junction, new projectors for HD visual effects were installed along with an array of pendant speakers and subsystems, audio processing equipment & wireless microphones were installed within multimedia AV lecterns to create a concept perfect for those all important presentations.
We’re accredited to the highest standards
We are accredited members of the Construction Skills Certification Scheme, Safe Contractor & SMAS Approved installers. So, you can rest assure that every job we carry-out will be completed safely and to the absolutely highest standards of care possible. As a company, we pride ourselves on having the best recognisable accreditations within our industry, and for the past 3 years, we have been part of the national security inspectorate (NSI), boasting full systems silver approval.