Listed below are a number of case studies that detail how Mediascape Ltd
has been able to help both individuals and organisations.
The university of Strathclyde
The £31 million Strathclyde University Sports Centre
Throughout all of the areas we installed AMX control systems, simple user friendly touch screens programmed to allow users to control all Audio Visual services in the room from one location and providing central control and visibility over the network to the university.
University of Glasgow
3D Dental Hospital Installation
Mediascape Ltd were previously involved in the refurbishment of teaching laboratories at the Glasgow Dental Hospital so we were pleased to be involved again, this time for the new Dorothy Geddes Multimedia Teaching Facility.
Dumfries and Galloway College
Care and Renewables Hub
Mediascape is proud to have played a part in the South of Scotland Skills & Learning Network Programme. This was an ambitious £6.6million project designed to create a digital learning platform and infrastructure, providing access to learning opportunities for businesses
Cerebral Palsy Scotland
The team at Cerebral Palsy Scotland has decided that they needed to upgrade their existing video conferencing facilities. By doing so they would be able to get the best from their team through video conferencing in the main board room
Glasgow Caledonian University
When COVID-19 hit, universities across the country had to pivot how they approached delivering lessons. In order to properly social distance, many institutions had to quickly adapt to a distance/hybrid learning model.
Multi National Beverage Company, Glasgow, UK
Interactive Boardroom Screen Solution
Our client is a British multinational beverage company, with headquarters based in London and offices situated in all six inhabited continents. It is one of the world’s largest distillers and owns several iconic drinks brands.
Historic Environment Scotland
Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, both historically and architecturally. The castle sits atop Castle Hill, an intrusive crag, which forms part of the Stirling Sill geological formation.
The University of Glasgow
Memorial Chapel Digital Audio Solution
After the horrors of the First World War, the University of Glasgow looked to create a lasting memorial to those lost in the battles. The University decided to build the Memorial Chapel for the fallen, which was opened and dedicated for divine worship in 1929.
Peter Vardy, Aberdeen, UK
Porsche Showroom Display
The name ‘Vardy’ is synonymous with motor retail in the UK. It first emerged with Reg Vardy in 1923 and was developed by his son, Sir Peter Vardy, who helped the company reach the top ranks of European motor retailers with over 6,000 employees in the UK and a turnover of £1.7bn.
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
SRUC – Scotland’s Rural College
Having witnessed collaboration classroom technology in action at a roadshow, staff at SRUC knew this was what they wanted for their teaching facilities. A tender was issued for the pilot, Mediascape won, and we immediately harnessed our expertise
Church of Scotland, West Linton
St Andrew’s Church
During the Covid pandemic, religious services were put on hold as people remained indoors to help slow the spread of the disease, this led to religious institutions all over the country incorporating audio visual solutions into their services.
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Surgeon’s Hall Exhibition
The Surgeons’ Hall Museums are owned by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and consist of the Wohl Pathology Museum, the History of Surgery Museum and The Dental Collection.