Lighting and AV Integration at the Blue Room Theater

AV Awards e-Lunch & Learn Webinar Series


In the pursuit of creativity and bringing his company to the forefront of technology, Aubrey McClendon saw blue. The color represented clear skies ahead and the blue flame of natural gas, the source of his company's wealth. McClendon is CEO of Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. It also signified the importance of a new meeting space added as an afterthought to the sub-basement of the company's new, five-story headquarters facility.

With the help of a favored architect and a team of engineers and audiovisual experts, McClendon created what would become known as the Blue Room Theater.

Watch the webcast to learn more about this exciting project from the award-winning design team.

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