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September 16, 2014
Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 13, 2014
The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) held its 25th annual Exposition (EXPO) on September 10-13, 2014 at the Colorado Convention Center. During the CEDIA EXPO, Electronics Design Group (EDG), an Electronic Systems Integrator (ESI) headquartered in Piscataway NJ, won 3 different awards for 2 of their electronics integration projects.
At its Electronic Lifestyles Designer Awards Celebration on Saturday, September 13th, CEDIA awarded EDG with two wins in the Best Integrated Home category. EDG won the Bronze award for a project called, “Subtle High Society” ($125K-$250K price range) and the Silver award for a second project nicknamed, “Back to the Future 1900s” (valued in the $250k-$450K price range). With these 2 wins, EDG’s Electronic Lifestyles Awards count reaches 33 year-to-date. “It’s an honor to win again this year and we love, and are proud of, what we do so we hope to win a few more trophies in the years to come”, said Bob Gullo, President of Electronics Design Group. Since its founding in 1987, EDG has won a total of 67 national awards for its excellence in technical design and business acumen. No other ESI in the country has received accolades of this magnitude.
Judging criteria for CEDIA’s Electronic Lifestyles Designer Awards required that an integrated home feature at least two residential electronic systems (i.e. audio/video, lighting control, security, HVAC) installed by an ESI. The systems had to enhance convenience, safety, and reliability for the client. The Electronic Lifestyles Designer Awards competition honors the top home technology projects designed by electronic systems professionals. Awards are meant to recognize innovation, creativity, and technical skills.
In conjunction with the CEDIA EXPO, at its 10th annual awards ceremony on Friday, September 12th, Crestron Electronics announced the winners of the Crestron Integration Awards, bestowing on EDG a trophy in the Awesome Audio category. EDG was named a Bronze award winner for its “Subtle High Society” project. The Awesome Audio award is given to the residential project with the best use of Crestron technologies in a multi room, zoned audio, and/or surround sound installation. This is Electronics Design Group’s 5th Crestron Integration Award since the competition’s inception. “The Crestron Integration Awards spotlight amazing projects featuring Crestron technology,” said Joyce Essig, Crestron Public Relations Manager. “This year, we are pleased to award Electronics Design Group with the Awesome Audio award for their work. The EDG team created a system design that maximized entertainment for the client, while minimizing the appearance of technology. Crestron congratulates EDG and wishes them continued success.” Crestron Integration Awards honor the year’s most spectacular and innovative system designs.
Best Integrated Home
Level III ($125K – $250K)
Best Integrated Home
Level IV ($250K – $450K)
EDG is a pioneer in residential and business electronics technology. EDG is recognized by its peers, associations, related trade professionals and technology journals as one of the TOP systems integrators in the country. Providing expertise for more than 27 years, EDG is an award-winning technology solutions provider of audio/video, conferencing systems, integrated multimedia presentation, luxury amenity space entertainment, cardio theater, screening rooms, home theater, lighting, shade and automation control solutions. Founder, Bob Gullo, has served as President and Board Member of HTSA, been listed in: CE Retailer’s “50 Most Vital Influencers”, Dealer Scope’s List of “40 under 40”, CEDIA and CEA “Dealer of the Year”, CE Pro Magazine’s “Top 100 Integrators”, Custom Retailer Magazine’s “21 Big Guns” and Lutron Electronics’ “Hall of Fame”. Gullo has been a member of CEDIA for more than 20 years, and has been an influential advocate of education via the AIA/CES provider program and CEDIA ROI programs, providing CEU courses for the Architectural and Design Community via http://www.edgonline.com/continuing-education/ . EDG solutions can be found in the finest residential and commercial settings and continue to be sought after by the most discriminating clients worldwide.
CEDIA is an international trade association of companies that specialize in designing and installing electronic systems for the home. The association was founded in September 1989 and has more than 3,500 member companies worldwide. CEDIA members are established and insured businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this specialized field. For more information on CEDIA, visit the association’s Web site at www.cedia.net.
For 40 years, Crestron has been the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems, innovating technology to simplify and enhance modern lifestyles and businesses. Offering integrated solutions to control audio, video, computer, and environmental systems, Crestron streamlines technology improving the quality of life in commercial buildings, universities, hotels, hospitals, and homes.