March 31, 2016
BEREA, Ohio ––The City of Berea today, awarded I.COMM of Berea, OH a contract to design and install the audio, video, and control systems for the new Berea Municipal Courtroom, currently under construction.
The new courtroom is being constructed on top of the current police station as part of an expansion to Berea’s City Hall and will feature the latest in communication and collaboration technologies for use in today’s modern courts.
“This will be a major technology upgrade for the Court,” says Richard Threadgill, Director of Business Development for I.COMM, “Judge Comstock has a great passion for the legal system and a strong desire to utilize technology to improve the overall experience for everyone involved.”
The project will feature large digital displays, fully integrated audio systems, video arraignment systems, and a wide range of content collaboration tools intended to make court proceedings run efficiently.
“While the court will feature great video technologies, the real critical factor here is sound,” continues Mr. Threadgill, “the ability to hear clear, crisp, intelligible sound is paramount in a courtroom for all participants, even those joining remotely. We believe these systems will deliver an experience so good, no one will even notice they are there…which is the point of any system we do.”
Berea Municipal Court services the Southwest suburbs of Cleveland with Judge Mark A. Comstock, presiding. The project will be completed in the Fall of 2016
ABOUT BEREA MUNICIPAL COURT
Located in the City of Berea, the Berea Municipal Court was established January 1, 1958. The Court handles cases from the municipalities of Berea, Brook Park, Middleburg Heights, Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township, Strongsville, and The Metro Parks. The Ohio State Patrol is also represented on the Ohio Turnpike and Interstates 71 and 480. The Court judge is Judge Mark A. Comstock who effectuates the prompt and impartial administration of justice for criminal and civil cases arising within the Court’s jurisdiction. Clerk of Court Raymond J. Wohl is responsible for the business portion of the Court including the filing of all Traffic, Criminal, Civil and Small Claims cases. All hearings and trials are scheduled by his office. To learn more, visit www.bereamunicipalcourt.org.
For nearly 40 years, I.COMM has been providing cutting-edge sound, video, and communications solutions for businesses and institutions of nearly every size. Headquartered in Northeast Ohio, I.COMM is ranked among the top 25 systems integration firms in the U.S. by Systems Contractor News, and has ranked among the top 50 since 2004. With offices in Cleveland, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Flint and Lansing I.COMM has the knowledge, experience, and scalability to meet virtually any project scope and deadline with an attention to detail and focus on quality that is unrivaled in the industry. From initial project conception through turn-key installation, I.COMM provides a comprehensive suite of services with on-going, post installation support and training helping our customers reach higher...everything else is just noise. For more information, visit www.icommusa.com.