Adam Shulman Appointed as EAW Installed Systems Support Manager
EAW, a manufacturer of audio system solutions, announces the expansion of its application support group (ASG) with the appointment of Adam Shulman to the position of installed systems support manager. The announcement was made by Jeff Rocha, EAW president.
In this newly-created role, Shulman will manage ASG support for all permanently installed sound systems, while longtime ASG resource Joe Fustolo will focus on mobile production customers. Rocha states, "Expanding ASG and bringing in a world-class resource like Adam, who is dedicated exclusively to the installation markets, further demonstrates our commitment to supporting our customers and partners. Increasing global demand for ASG service, particularly in overseas markets, necessitated the expansion." Jerrold Stevens, director, EAW application support group, adds, "Adam's experience in system design, project management, acoustics, education, and publishing all further enhance the team's capabilities, helping us meet the growing demand for our services."
Prior to joining EAW, Shulman served as a senior consultant and project manager for SIA Acoustics (New York, Los Angeles, and India) since 2003. He has provided acoustical and technical system design for a variety of projects including performing arts spaces, recording facilities, sports venues, and houses of worship. Projects of note include a production facility and 3,500-seat arena for Healing Place Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Oriole Park at Camden Yards, in Baltimore, Maryland; and The Pearl at the Palms Concert Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada. In a production context, Shulman has also designed and operated sound systems for live events, including Central Park SummerStage, the Madison Square Park Music series, and various special events domestically and internationally. As an educator, Shulman has authored numerous articles for various trade publications, and presented at Broadway Sound Master Classes, Palme Asia, ShowWay Italy, and Audio Engineering Society conventions.
Shulman notes, "I feel that I can bring my past experience as a consultant to bear on the varied types of design projects ASG handles, applying my technical knowledge combined with a practical understanding of how installation projects actually work."
Members of the EAW Application Support Group, including Stevens, Shulman, and Fustolo, will be at InfoComm 2012 in the EAW booth, C10139, at the ASGenius Bar -- a coffee bar where designers, contractors, and integrators can ask questions and review plans.