Projects / Industry

Transportation

A.B. Won Pat International Airport

Originally a Japanese Naval Facility, A.B. Won Pat transitioned to a commercial airport in 1962. As airport traffic increased, so did the need to build... Read More »

Reno-Tahoe International Airport

Reno-Tahoe International Airport services over 4 million travelers each year. In 2009, the airport remodeled the airport to enhance baggage screening equipment and give the... Read More »

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

Once a fully operational military facility, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport opened its doors in May 1999 as a commercial airport. Ford was brought on to update... Read More »

George Bush Intercontinental Airport

When United Airlines began to design its new 265,000 SF terminal, it quickly became clear that a state-of-the-art audio & visual system would be essential... Read More »

McCarran International Airport

Newly integrated public address systems for the new Terminal D Northwest Wing and the new Terminal C Gates Security Screening Area make traveling easier.... Read More »

Los Angeles International Airport

The new TBIT Terminal in the Los Angeles International Airport has an IP-based integrated public address system to assist travelers.... Read More »

Honolulu International Airport

Each year, over 20 million passengers seamlessly move through the Honolulu International Airport (HNL) – all assisted by the latest in AV communication technology. By... Read More »

DFW International Airport

This pristine facility integrates the latest technologies to ensure the safety, comfort and security of its travelers.... Read More »

Denver International Airport

Spanning 53 square miles, linked by 16,000 miles of copper and fiber optic cable, this airport stands as a modern day communications metropolis.... Read More »

Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport

This versatile, international gateway's recent upgrade provides IP-based integrated public address systems to passengers in terminals 2 and 3, and concourses A, B and C.... Read More »