SAN JOSE, CA — Rosendin, an electrical contracting employee-owned firm, was recently honored for its work using innovative technology solutions to enhance fan experiences at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Rosendin was recently awarded the 2020 Integration Award Best Large Venue Project by CE Pro/Commercial Integrator for its work on the historic stadium.
The California company created a technology foundation at the Coliseum to entertain large crowds attending the University of Southern California football games and other events. This includes installing 500 4k display monitors, a large video wall, touch screens for video and audio levels, and specialty features to create an immersive experience in suites.
“We are honored by this award and want to recognize everyone on our team and the construction teams for their dedication and hard work,” said Dustin Bransford, Rosendin Audio/Visual Engineer.
“The L.A. Memorial Coliseum is already one of the most iconic stadiums in the world, so it was thrilling for Rosendin to be able to contribute new technology ideas and develop systems that will give every visitor a unique and exciting experience.”
Rosendin designed the audio/visual system using Crestron’s advanced control systems to allow suite guests to customize displays and audio levels. Stadium staff can reconfigure suites, clubs, and conference rooms from a single location using a Creston Virtual Control platform, saving employees set-up time.
“The flexibility in this system allows users to broadcast to 500 displays in the Coliseum from a single point, so we are excited to see how it will be used to entertain fans during USC football games, rock concerts, and other events,” Bransford said.