Issue 27

AVIAs 2015 Shortlist Announced


30 July 2015


Another high quality field has assembled for the 2015 Audio Visual Industry Awards. A strong and well credentialed field of contenders has been whittled down to the crème de la crème. So with no small amount of anticipation we announce the 2015 AVIAs shortlist!

Our judging panel –  comprising Terry Coe and Scott Doyle (representing AETM); Wally Eastland and Marcus Pugh, (representing ALIA); Matthew Loupis and Paul Van der Ent (representing InfoComm), ably marshalled by non-voting chairman, Andy Ciddor – will convene again in the lead up to the Integrate show to decide the AVIA winners. The winners will be formally announced after the InfoComm Reception on the Integrate show floor at the conclusion of Day 1 (August 25, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre). All welcome.

AV in Commercial/Government

Auditoria: SOH Wireless Microphone and IEM Upgrade

Parity Technology Consulting: Library at The Dock (Docklands)

Rutledge AV: Digital vision upgrade for MCEC

AV in Exhibition/Display $100k+

Holly: First World War galleries redevelopment at AWM

Gilfillan Soundwork & Steensen Varming: Roll of Honour lighting and sound system at AWM

Museum of NZ Te Papa Tongarewa: Gallipoli – Scale of Our War exhibition

AV in Exhibition/Display sub $100K

Creative Vision Australia: Wargaming stand at PAX Expo

Rutledge AV: Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory – Cyclone Tracy – 40 Years On – Anniversary Exhibition

AV in Education $500k+

Pro AV Solutions – VIC: Northern Health – technical, training and research precinct

Umow Lai: Jeffrey Smart Building at UniSA

AV in Education sub $500K

AT Controls: Deakin Audiovisual Room Control System (DARCS)

Control Gadgets & Monash University eSolutions: Monash University Universal Control System Software

InDesign Technologies: USC – Learning and Teaching Hub – Tiered Teaching Space

AV in Production

32 Hundred Lighting: Paint the Town & Harbour Bridge lighting at Vivid Sydney

Impact AV Australia: Dockside Pavilion, Sydney

Technical Direction Company (TDC): Technical Wizardry at Vivid Sydney 2014

NB: The judging panel may elect not to make an award in every category or elect to combine categories, even if a shortlist of finalists has been announced for that category.

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