Developing the Lehigh Valley: How Vistacom Can Help Navigate Connectivity

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By Joshua Herring on Feb 27, 2019

Hot-desking, hoteling and flex spaces are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to modern workspace design. Moving away from simple conference rooms to high-tech and collaborative spaces, the workplace should be as custom and unique as the changing workforce. As audiovisual integrators, Vistacom often partners with real estate, architecture, and construction professionals to design and build innovative spaces in the Lehigh Valley and beyond.

Audiovisual technology now has the ability to streamline teamwork and provide collaboration between teams no matter where they are in the world, and no matter how old or new the facility. The productive workspace has grown to include everything from huddle rooms/spaces, presentation and training rooms, high-impact digital signage and display technology, desktop to mobile to conference rooms, corporate broadcast studios, video-conferencing rooms, and streaming video technology.

Planning for this audiovisual technology and involving AV professionals early in the design process is essential for a successful project where form meets function and aesthetics are preserved. From corporate headquarters to luxury event venues (and everything in between), Vistacom understands how to design a space that incorporates the right technology for the intended purpose of the space. Vistacom’s extensive experience in all aspects of an audiovisual project and working with architects, construction companies, and real estate developers allows these leaders to have confidence in the role Vistacom plays in the process.

As part of its dedication to new and retrofitted spaces in the area, Vistacom will participate in the 2019 Lehigh Valley Business Real Estate and Development Symposium from 7:30 to 11:15 a.m. Wednesday, March 6, at University Center at DeSales University. The event, which includes both real estate and construction attendees, will cover the area’s economic forecast and opportunity for future growth, as well as what’s trending in commercial, industrial, and residential real estate.

Vistacom is also able to offer a “Lunch and Learn” for American Institute of Architects (AIA) credit with the course, “Audiovisual Design Professional Partnering Architects for More Successful Projects.” Contact Lianna Russell at

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