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The leading
Commissioning Specialists in AV Technology.



Audio Visual Resources, Inc. (AVR) has dedicated itself to the advancement of the operational art of AV integration. This goal has resulted in AVR’s acquiring the coveted ISO 9001:2008 certification, becoming the first AV Company with two CTS-D/CTS-I Specialists, attaining Infocomm’s Diamond Level Solutions Provider (the highest), and winning several international awards for excellence.

Having pioneered quality AV integration, AVR continues to evangelize the concept and has assumed the leadership role in the industry:

·         Presenting at industry conventions on quality issues every year since inception in 2001.

·       Chairing the Curriculum Committee of Infocomm’s Professional Education and Training Committee (PETC) for five years.

·         Authoring the first industry book that addresses AV quality in detail.

·         Providing the original source documents for commissioning and audio uniformity of coverage used by the newly formed Infocomm Standards Committee.

·         Serving as Senior Infocomm Academy Instructors.

·         Publishing articles, performing interviews, and providing content reviews on quality issues.

·         Providing free AV quality checklists for use by the industry on its website.

·         Creating instrumentation bundles required for commissioning systems, and offering them for sale to integrators, designers, and technology managers.

Provided the inspiration for the non-profit organization dedicated to quality - The Association for Quality in Audio Visual Technology, Inc. (AQAV)

AVR has been sought after by clients to provide Testing and Verification services, indeed to become their Representative for Quality in AV Technology, applying its proven monitoring and measurement techniques on work done by other designers and integrators. One major financial client stated that a newly installed system cannot be accepted until the room has been “AVR’d”.

We’ve become a verb.