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Level 3 Audio Visual Recognized by Commercial Integrator Magazine for CI Industry Leaders Award 2013
Date:9/10/2013

Mesa, Arizona (PRWEB) September 10, 2013

The CI Solutions Awards recognize stand-out, problem-solving integration firms that address commercial customer’s needs in a variety of vertical markets. The winners were determined by the Commercial Integrator’s editorial and arts staffs who considered all aspects involved in system solutions such as project creativity, innovation, equipment incorporated, obstacles overcome, client’s priorities met, aesthetics and benefits.

“We like a challenge,” says Brad Peterson, founder and CEO of L3AV. “The more complex the project is, the more we like pursuing it.” In 2005, Level 3 changed its company philosophy, focusing first on passion for A/V industry when hiring new employees and making technical capabilities a secondary priority. “I’m not intimidated to surround myself with people who are better, faster and stronger than me,” says Peterson. “We’re always striving to improve on our efficiencies, philosophies and structure. It doesn’t matter if the idea comes from the new guy or right from me. We’re always open to change if it makes us a better company.”

Founded in 1996, L3AV quickly established working relationships with a wide range of corporate clients, including American Express, Motorola, Taser International and Dial Henkel Corporation. L3AV continues to provide technology solutions for corporate boardrooms, training facilities and command-and-control centers.

In 2006, L3AV diversified its services with the creation of an L3MD which specializes in the design, engineering and integration of HD video, audio and information distribution technologies in medical environments. Skilled AV specialists design and produce state-of-the-art HD video distribution systems for digital operating rooms, catheterization labs, nursing and operating room simulation labs, telemedicine networks and surgical tele-theaters. L3MD clients include many prominent medical centers, such as Barrow Neurological Institute of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona; Midwestern Medical University in Glendale, Arizona and Downers Grove, Illinois, the Maricopa Burn Center in Phoenix; and Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, CA.

In 2009, L3AV was named 13th fastest-growing company in Arizona.

Level 3 Audio Visual specializes in the design, sale, service and installation of video conferencing equipment and audio visual presentation equipment. We set the new standard for audio visual customer service and solutions in healthcare, hospitality, education and corporate settings.

For more information about Level 3, visit http://www.L3AV.com.

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