The courthouse is one of Arizona’s oldest public buildings still in use and is one of the state’s most irreplaceable historic properties. Built in 1891, the building was in need of technology so its Board of Supervisors Hearing Room could be utilized to its fullest potential.
CCS successfully implemented a comprehensive audio visual system in the Pinal County’s Courthouse Board of Supervisors Hearing Room while maintaining the historical features of the space. Audio visual presentation capabilities were implemented, all of which can be controlled from one wireless touch panel. The conference space, which can seat up to 100 people, includes a Christie LX 605 projector and screen for the audience with 46” HD LCD displays on either side of the courtroom for the board members to see what is being presented. The Da-lite Providence mediated lectern meets ADA requirements with a motorized lift, allowing its height to be adjusted. Additionally, Shure gooseneck microphones are in front of each seat at the conference table.