Project Description

FEATURED PROJECT

The Lot – City Center

San Ramon, California

AV Integration for Entertainment Industry

Audio Visual, Custom Video Wall, Digital Signage, Lighting and HVAC Control

The Lot City Center is one of the newest entertainment hubs in the city of San Ramon, California. Situated in a new shopping, dining, and entertainment destination, City Center Bishop Ranch, designed by renowned “Starchitect” Renzo Piano, The Lot will attract guests seeking a unique dining and entertainment experience. With ten high-end movie theaters, an upscale restaurant, an exciting bar, and a more casual café, The Lot offers multiple options for a day or night out. The inclusion of comfortable seating, a welcoming lounge, and an outdoor patio with fire pits invites guests to linger a while.

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THE LOT - SAN RAMON

CITY CENTER FACADE

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THE LOT - SAN RAMON

DINING & BAR VIDEO WALL

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THE LOT - SAN RAMON

DIGITAL SIGNAGE

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THE LOT - SAN RAMON

AUDITORIUM DIGITAL SIGNAGE

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MEETINGS & PRESENTATIONS

FEATURED AV PROJECT

The Lot – City Center San Ramon

Audio Visual, Custom Video Wall, Digital Signage, Lighting and HVAC Control

PROJECT DETAILS

Facility:The Lot – City Center San Ramon

Location: The Lot – City Center Bishop Ranch, San Ramon CA

Challenge: The Owners of The Lot returned to the team at Fluid Sound to complete the AV integration for their 4th location, and their first in Northern California. Like their previous three venues, this one needed audio and video installation, as well as system control over the facility’s AV, lighting, and HVAC. Ease-of-use was imperative, as was a system that would contribute to the venue’s modern, upscale environment.

Solution: The Fluid Sound team installed multiple NEC displays for digital signage and to construct a 3×3 video wall in the bar area. NEC projectors were used in the ten movie theater auditoriums, and a Crestron system controls all of the venue’s audio, video, lighting, and HVAC. The end user manages all systems from a wireless Apple iPad or a hard-wired Crestron touch panel. Using hardware from Just Add Power, all video inputs can be routed to any of the venue’s video displays over a standard ethernet network, without the need for a traditional, physical video matrix router.

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