Baltimore City Public School System – Frederick Douglass High School

Frederick Douglass High School (known locally as Douglass), is the second oldest historically integrated public high school in the United States. Course and Program highlights include AP Biology, Statistics, Drawing, English Literature and Spanish, Career & Technology Education, JROTC, 9th Grade Success Academy; Business, Finance and Management Academy; and Cab Calloway Music Careers and Cultural Arts Center. The scope of this project includes complete design services for audiovisual systems with infrastructure for the Frederick Douglass High School Television Recording Studio. The TV Studio includes capabilities for both a two camera system and a one camera system. Responsibilities include specifications for all audiovisual equipment, project management inclusive of construction administration, training and testing. Specified systems include remote controls, program and speech audio reinforcement and video production systems. A custom instructor’s station includes touchscreen capabilities for full function control of all room source and system functions (including a light dimming system) with one button operation. Wallmounted video cameras in the studio control room are also provided for use during presentations. The editing/audio room, used for educational television production editing, utilizes audiovisual broadcasting and recoding system technology. This space also provides an assisted listening system for the hearing impaired. This project was completed in Summer 2011.

Architect: JRS Architects
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Systems Value: $250,000

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