Our Design-Build services offer significant advantages over Design-Bid approaches. A successful design-build relationship requires a high level of trust in the experience and capabilities of the integrator. Our goal is to build that trust immediately and not only meet, but exceed our customers’ expectations the first time and every time.
When it comes time to make a decision regarding an AV technology upgrade at your facility or residence, you have a choice: Should you go the design-bid route by hiring an AV consulting firm and have them design a system to send out for bid? Or do you go directly to an experienced AV integration firm for the design-build approach?
At Texadia Systems, we specialize in end-to-end Design-Build AV integration to bring the following benefits to our Dallas, TX clients:
One of the most common issues with having separate consultants and integrators involved is determining the responsibility of the project. Who is ultimately responsible if something does not go as planned? Design-Build firms like ours are on the front lines each and every day, solving problems and learning from those experiences.
In many design-bid situations, customers must pay twice for drawings and specifications provided by both the designer (for bid reference only) and the integrator (shop drawings). In our opinion, this seems to be a waste of the customer’s time and money.
Another important benefit to working with a design-build integrator like ours is the continued support and maintenance offered to our customers. Our goal is to partner with our customers and continue to be a valued resource for them way beyond the project sign-off.
The design-build approach is much more efficient and allows the integrator to meet the client’s expectations quickly with fewer design meetings and no third-party assumptions.
Texadia Systems takes a consultative and innovative design approach to each project, ensuring we understand our client’s needs in order to deliver the best possible custom solutions.
Our experts specialize in organizing complex technology centers within a commercial space or home into simple, easy-to-use systems.
Our job does not end when the install is complete. Our service and support team is available 24/7 to assist you with any issues you may have. We offer extended service contracts on all of our solutions to help you sleep easy at night.
Whether you need to update your office’s AV control system or change the display settings in your private cinema, our technicians are always available help you manage your commercial or residential AV system.
Before we find you the perfect technology solution, we strive to fully understand exactly what you want and need. Our experienced integrators carefully listen to your expectations so that we can deliver a custom solution that feels like it was designed just for you…because it is.
From our home base in Dallas, Texas, our integrators travel all over the United States and Canada to deliver commercial and high-end residential AV solutions.
Texadia Systems is a design-build AV company. So in addition to our expert consultation and design services, we like to get our hands dirty with professional AV installation services.
Not only do we collaborate closely with you and your team throughout the duration of the project, we also leverage key partnerships with industry leaders like AMX, BiAmp, Crestron, NanoLumens, Panasonic and others to bring you the latest AV technologies.
We are actively involved with major industry and manufacturer affiliations, including INFOCOMM, CEDIA, OSHA and others. These certifications are a testament to our experience, skill and professionalism.
We provide comprehensive training on how to use your new commercial or high-end residential AV technology as part of our end-to-end services.
With over 100 years of combined industry experience, we have some of the top industry experts on our team. There is no AV project Texadia can’t handle!
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