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Seacoast Church  
 built a 100,000-square-foot facility called the Possibilities Center on their main campus in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina in 2006. NBS was chosen to install a total of ten separate audio-visual presentation systems within the complex.  A significant feature of this installation is that the head end a/v equipment for all 10 systems at this facility was located in a central control room and all audio processing was done using a singlePeavy Nion processor. Sound Craft FX Series mixers, Crown Amplifiers and JBL Loud speakers were used throughout. Approximately 100 QSC ceiling speakers were used for coverage in public and commons areas along with a ring of Community R-series outdoor speakers for coverage around the outside of the building.

NBS worked closely with the owner, GSM Associates (architect), Acoutic Dimensions ( A/V consutant), Hill Construction (general contractor) and Osborne Electric (electrical contractor) to coordinate and impliment this large project.

 


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The Warehouse is this facility's performance venue for the High-School-age group. This is the largest theater in the Promise Center and seats approximately 500. The audio system provides full-range capiblity throughout the listening area and on stage.  The video system includes three rear-projection screens with both local and remote display capability.  

 

 


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 NBS worked with Mike Janaskie of SGM and Associates to design and install the display truss system at the Welcome Desk in the main lobby

 

 

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