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Doha, Qatar | July, 2019 - In the 2nd century, Ptolemy wrote "Catara" as the first known designation on a map for what we now know as the Qatar Peninsula. The Katara Cultural Village, named from an 18th century variant on Ptolemy's name, is a 21st century project in Qatar's…

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Istanbul, Turkey | May, 2019 - On April 6, 2019, a stunning airport that is planned to become the world's largest opened its more than 15 million square feet (1.4 million square meters) of floor space on the outskirts of Turkey's most populous city. In an amazing 41 hour operation,…

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Seward, NE | June, 2018 - St. John Lutheran Church began in 1877, just ten years after Nebraska was admitted to the union, but its current building—its fourth—opened in 1968. A sound system was installed in 2000, which was based on point-source speakers suspended way in near the top of…

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Gothenburg, Sweden | March, 2018 - Few public spaces are as acoustically challenging as railway stations, where large enclosed spaces are wrapped in a wealth of reflective surfaces to create an environment that can often seem untamable. But in Gothenburg Central Station, Sweden's second busiest railway station, the recent deployment…

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Olso, Norway | February, 2017 - In development for more than 10 years, the new Terminal 2 complex at Norway's Oslo Airport is set to increase the passenger handling capacity of the airport to an impressive 28 million travellers per year. With so many new passengers, audio intelligibility within the…

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Hurghada, Egypt | July, 2015 - Egypt's second busiest airport (only surpassed by Cairo International), Hurghada International Airport currently serves up to 4.6 million passengers per year. With the city's close proximity to the Red Sea, the airport has seen a growing increase in traffic, and recently completed construction of…

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Doha, Qatar | September, 2014 - Hamad International Airport covers nearly a third of the city of Doha, with more than half of the airport's. 29 sq km (11 sq miles) reclaimed from the Persian Gulf. Its state-of-the-art passenger and cargo facilities will serve more than 30 million passengers and…

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Valencia, Spain | May, 2014 - Designing and installing a sound reinforcement system for an airport terminal can be one of the most challenging assignments an installed sound company can take on. Typically large, high ceiling structures with lots of glass and reflective fixtures, these buildings are designed primarily for…

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Los Angeles, CA | October, 2013 - When the Port of Los Angeles began construction on the new, expanded Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX three years ago, there was an unspoken understanding that the new structure would have to be an architectural tour-de-force, and a befitting ‘first impression' for…

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Poland | September, 2013 - The country was at the geo-political heart of the 2nd World War, with German invasion followed by Soviet occupation during the Cold War years. Every country around it also suffered, and it would take 50 years to reassert and rebuild a stable continent.In the modern…

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Las Vegas, NV | August, 2013 - Despite the recent real estate woes, Las Vegas remains one of the fastest growing cities in America. And as the city has grown, so has its airport. Along with the recent opening of its new 1.9 million square foot Terminal 3, McCarran International…

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Málaga, Spain | July, 2013 - Málaga, one of Europe's most historic cities, is building a much-needed new metro / subway rail network. And with the expertise of PA / VA integrators LDA AudioTech, Iconyx beam steering systems will make individual station announcements crystal clear.Now dubbed the capital of the…

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Omaha, NE | February, 2011 - For history buffs, the idea of turning a classic old train station into a museum scores high on the Really Cool Ideas scale. For the person tasked with designing a sound system for said museum, not so much.When it opened in 1929, Omaha's Union…

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Valencia, CA | December, 2008 - Christened Queen Victoria last December by HRH the Duchess of Cornwall, Cunard’s newest Queen is the second-largest ship in its fleet. Facilities aboard this ultra-luxury passenger liner include seven restaurants, thirteen bars, a ballroom, a theatre, and three swimming pools. Two of these have…

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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | January, 2008 - Close proximity to the holy sites of Mecca and Medina has made the King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah the gateway to Saudi Arabia for the two million pilgrims who descend each year from across the Muslim world for the annual pilgrimage…

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Stockholm, Sweden | January, 2008 - A new audio installation designed to transform the PA/VA intelligibility on the concourse of Stockholm’s historic, 19th century Central Railway Station is the latest phase in a multi-million-Kroner upgrade of the country’s national rail network passenger information systems. On October 1st, national rail operator…

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