Perry Artese Joins Acentech as Senior Consultant
Acentech Inc. announced that Perry J. Artese has joined Acentech’s Trevose, Penn. office as a senior consultant in the audiovisual systems design group.
Building on the firm’s audiovisual systems design expertise, Acentech is excited to apply Mr. Artese’s broad experience to projects in the mid-Atlantic region. Mr. Artese has many years of experience designing, specifying, and commissioning audiovisual systems for higher education, government, non-profits, and corporate/commercial facilities. His design work, coupled with his practical experience in the field, makes him qualified to envision projects from conception to completion. His years of experience have afforded Mr. Artese many opportunities to design a wide variety of current audiovisual technologies, including display, video, and audio conferencing, control, audio/video transport, lecture capture systems, and digital signage systems in signature facilities such as the FAA Headquarters and Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
As a senior consultant at Acentech, Mr. Artese focuses on advising, overseeing, and maintaining the client’s vision for the project from the initial kick-off meeting to the final commissioning of the completed systems. Mr. Artese is currently working on projects for Westminster Choir College New Academic Building, Temple University, The Shipley School, and Louis Brown Rutgers Athletic Center Expansion Project.
“We are thrilled to add Perry to our growing audiovisual systems design practice in Trevose,” said Richard I. Closs, CTS-D, director of Acentech’s audiovisual systems design group. “Perry’s depth and breadth of experience in audiovisual systems design is an enormous asset to our team and to the clients we serve.”
Mr. Artese received an Associate of Science in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University and a Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies with a minor in Applied Supervision from Widener University. In 2010, he became a CTS-D certified technology specialist in design and a Creston certified digital media designer. He is also certified as both an Extron AV associate and Polycom associate while participating in AMX Bull’s Eye Technical Track.