We are thrilled to announce that both of our entries into the EMEA InAVation Awards 2010 have been successful.
DJW is a local company, headquartered in Beaulieu, home of the National Motor Museum. As specialists in the field of audio visual multimedia system integration, we are considered to be an industry leader. Having been established for over 20 years and working across the globe our portfolio includes museums, theme parks, penthouse apartments, super yachts, and stately homes.
2009 was another busy year for DJW, being involved in our largest and most exciting projects to date. The two most challenging projects were chosen to enter for these prestigious awards; both involved us being on board from the planning stage to take our clients ideas and bring them to life.
Winners for an Education Facility – based on a facility designed for children to discover how the cells in the body work and learn how scientists research, research that takes place within the research laboratories of the Centre of the Cell, Queen Mary’s University Hospital, Whitechapel, London.
Winners for a Leisure Facility – following our involvement with the ring°werk, Nuerburgring, Germany. This is an indoor theme park designed to feel the excitement and spirit of racing on the world famous Nuerburgring race track.
Our directors, David Willrich, Lynn Willrich, and Josh Miller, attended the award ceremony on the 3rd February, as part of ISE 2010, in Amsterdam. ISE is Integrated Systems Europe, the European AV Systems show. Project InAVation Awards are peer-judged awards, based on system design, functionality and usability.
They were delighted to meet the team from the awards and happy to hear how impressed everyone was with our entries.