LOUISVILLE, Ky. (April 5, 2018) – After 18 years on Kentucky Street, Louisville-based audiovisual service provider C&H Audio Visual Services is moving into newly renovated headquarters located at 4850 Crittenden Drive.
With more than 28,000 square feet, the new facility is more than double the size of the company’s previous 13,000 square foot space at 942 East Kentucky Street in the Hope Mills building. The company signed a 7-year lease and will officially begin operating in the new space on April 16th.
The new space includes an expansive 25,000 square foot warehouse, four loading docks, and 3,000 square feet of custom-built office space with 11 offices, a lounge area, and a conference room. The increased warehouse space will allow C&H to show clients mock-ups of set designs and provide demonstrations of their audiovisual equipment.
As one of Louisville’s largest AV providers with a growing staff of 25 full time and part time employees and the recent acquisition of more equipment, the move to a bigger space came at the perfect time.
“The Hope Mills building is becoming a residential and artist space, so we needed a more commercial environment with room to test and demonstrate our production equipment,” says C&H Managing Director Wes Hawthorne.
Along with the move, C&H worked with Jetfire Creative to refresh their branding and adopt a new-and-improved logo.
Founded in 1998, C&H Audio Visual Services provides customized AV and production support for events, meetings, performances and presentations of any size. Clients include national brands such as Valvoline and Arby’s. In partnership with Smart City, C&H is also the preferred AV partner for the Kentucky International Convention Center and the Kentucky Exposition Center. They are the preferred AV provider for local venues including Horseshoe Southern Indiana, The Brown Hotel, The Ice House, The Muhammad Ali Center, and The Henry Clay. C&H also provides full production for the annual Abbey Road on the River music festival, as well as audio support for Thunder Over Louisville in partnership with Visual Presentations.