Installations in places of worship are often complex. There are heritage aspects to consider, systems are used for a huge variety of things—from speech to music, and there’s almost always a desire for the equipment to blend in more than in any other type of venue.
At the same time, budgets are often tight, there are lots of stakeholders to manage, and the system need to be flexible but easy for volunteers to operate.
A successful installation project in a place of worship is about more than the technical solution.
- It’s about making sure your staff and volunteers are on board with the changes.
- It’s about helping stakeholders understand why certain decisions are being made.
- It’s about securing budget for the right long-term solution rather than a short-term band-aid.
- It’s about ensuring your team has the right training and support to get the most from the system.
Whether you’re an architect, consultant, volunteer, or staff member, we understand your unique situation because of our 35+ years’ experience installing sound, lighting, video, and stage engineering equipment in places of worship across the UK.
Our internal team will look after all aspects of your project from design through procurement, logistics, installation, and commissioning.
Once the installation’s complete, you get the full benefit of any manufacturer's warranty and, if you choose to include an Adlib service contract, you’ll be able to predict the ongoing cost of maintaining your installation to ensure it’s as good as it was on day one for years to come.