Greg Rushton (pictured above), formerly of Mulvey + Banani's AV division, has launched MBAV as a new and separate company, still operating out of MBII's offices with independent operations.
Mulvey & Banani Audio Visual Inc. (MBAV), an audio visual Design consultancy, says it designs systems of audio visual technologies and tools for a seamless and intuitive user experience based on the desired functionality and artful integration with the human interface: equipment, furniture, lighting, controls, and software platforms. MBAV says its detail oriented, proprietary design approach delivers a wholistic AV solutions that are constructible, affordable, and upgradeable, enabling a company or organization to work collaboratively, conduct communications, and manage resources with sophisticated automation and connectivity.
MBAV is a subsidiary of Mulvey & Banani International Inc. (MBII). Led by VP Greg Rushton (CTS-D), the MBAV team is a fusion of talent from varied backgrounds in AV construction/implementation, electronics design and manufacturing, theatre and concert production, recording, and broadcasting. Originally a dedicated division of Mulvey & Banani International Inc. (MBII), MBAV was launched as a subsidiary company in 2017.
“We listen, we question; we get that clients need to focus on work, not on getting things to work,” says Rushton.
MBAV services all Canada and internationally and across all project scales and sectors, for both base buildings and interiors. Its portfolio includes: the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital; Cineplex Rec Rooms (London, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton); City of Markham Council Chambers; University of Toronto (Toronto, Scarborough, and Mississauga Campuses), C.I. Financial Corporation, Toronto, Miller Thomson LLP (Toronto), Onex (Toronto, NYC, London), Bengaluru International Airport Terminal 2, Bengaluru, India.
For more information, go to www.mbii.com/divisions/audio-visual-engineering. A new website dedicated to MBAV is in the works.