Phase 1: Concept Design & Specification


Developing Device Location Drawing upon receiving room layouts, sections, and wall elevations, following Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) guidelines & industry recommended design standards.

Considering Dolby Atmos immersive audio specifications during the design, configuration and equipment specification, following Dolby Audio Room Design Tool (DARDT) parameters when required.

Calculating Video & Projection requirements for a comfortable, immersive viewing experience, according to standards that are most suitable for room layout and seating locations.

Ensuring both audio and video are of reference grade performance for the overall cinematic performance required.

Phase 2: Schematic Design

Building Cinema room bill of quantities based on concept design and calculations fulfilling client requirements, budget and industry standards, per reference grade performance.
Issuing a Single Line Diagram showing the logic of the design and devices connectivity.

Phase 3: Detailed Design

Coordinating & finalizing specifications & approvals.

Updated Device Location drawing showing approved equipment positional dimensions, angles on the plan, section, and elevation drawings.

Reviewing final equipment list and Single Line Diagram.

Rack Equipment & Elevation, considering heat dissipation for the specified electronics for the required ventilation.

Suggested Positional Drawing for cabling layouts.

Suggested Point to Point Schematic Diagram showing full connectivity to guarantee successful installation.