Of the Crestron projects completed over the past 11 years, many have been in San Diego, Orange, and Los Angeles Counties. But many others have been located both around the United States and internationally. With only about 200 Crestron Authorized Independent Programmers (CAIPs), now called Crestron Service Providers (CSPs) worldwide, AVPA has truly made a positive impact on the industry.
“We’re excited to celebrate the completion of 1,000 projects and grateful for the loyal customers and partnerships we’ve made along the way,” said Matthew Grisafe, President of AVPA. “When we started AVPA in 2001 we were anxious to get some projects under our belt and prove to the industry that we were a serious business with something big to offer. Even after all these years, we’re constantly evolving with technology and keeping focused, but now we’re a well established firm. We continue to focus on Crestron projects, but we’ve adopted the reality that Crestron Programmers can be such an asset. From lighting and AV programming, to Digital Media design and system commissioning, there’s so much more to it now. Certified programmers have a lot to offer. And our customers have come to rely on us not just for programming but for control expertise. We assist with system design and integration challenges from pre-sales to project commissioning. That we have become so trusted by our customers and partners is probably what I am the most proud of.”
About AV Programming Associates:
AV Programming Associates (AVPA) is an independent programming company specializing in Crestron programming services and associated design support. Founded in 2001 and based in Carlsbad, CA, AVPA is known nationwide as a premier Crestron Authorized Independent Programmer (CAIP) / Crestron Service Provider (CSP). AVPA delivers versatile control systems programming and user interface solutions for all markets. AVPA has developed applications for nearly all scenarios from elegant digital signage and CEO conference rooms to media rooms and whole house automation and control. For more information, visit the AVPA website at http://www.avprogramming.com/