PITTSBURGH PA–National independent technology consulting firm The Sextant Group has been shortlisted for two international audiovisual awards by AV Magazine.
In the project category “Education Project of the Year,” the awards committee selected the University of Michigan School of Nursing as a finalist. In the category “Public Services Project of the Year,” the awards committee selected the City of Norfolk’s Slover Library as a finalist.
President and CEO of The Sextant Group, Mark S. Valenti CTS said, “We are honored to have our clients’ projects recognized for their excellent audiovisual design. Both the University of Michigan and City of Norfolk had exceptional visions, and we’re excited to have been a part of the award-winning teams who brought those visions to life.”
AV Magazine’s AV Awards is an international competition in its 18th year focused on audiovisual-centric projects. The judges look for entries that demonstrate technical innovation and creative solutions to communication problems and that impart clear client benefits. The AV Awards recognize best practices, reward innovation and celebrate excellence across the global audio visual industry.
This year’s annual global AV Awards recognition and winner announcements will take place at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, on Friday September 30th.
About The Sextant Group
Founded in 1995, The Sextant Group, Inc. is one of the largest independent technology consulting firms of its kind in North America. With over 1800 projects for more than 600 owners in 44 states and 11 countries, The Sextant Group serves global corporate, higher education and healthcare clients from offices across North America. The Sextant Group has corporate headquarters in Pittsburgh and satellite offices in Atlanta, Boston, Columbus, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Omaha, Phoenix, Raleigh and Washington DC. For more information, visit www.TheSextantGroup.com.