Zenith Systems, a total solutions provider, has decades of experience fulfilling electrical, technological and contracting needs of integrated systems from design-build services through project deployment. We provide the highest level of experienced partnership to our clients regardless of the scope of the job. From installing the world’s largest outdoor chandelier to providing and powering the digital displays and software solutions that deliver information to hundreds of thousands at top universities, hospitals, healthcare centers, law firms and sports/entertainment venues; to designing and installing solutions in the form of solar panels, complex alarm systems and interactive custom display walls. Zenith Systems is driven by the fact that our partners trust us to get the job done. We’ve earned that trust and will continue to earn the trust of our partners in every project that we take on.

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University Hospitals
St. John Medical Center

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In June 2011, Zenith Systems completed the SJMC moderation project four months ahead of schedule and under budget. Zenith was the design assist IPD partner for all electrical and various technology aspects of the project. Donley’s Construction was the management team and Array Architects, along with Thorson Baker, made up the design team.

Zenith utilized detailed records of labor to ensure the owner’s greatest value for the work. They also held scheduling sessions with Donley’s and all trade contractors, to ensure adequate project staffing. Co-location of contractors improved communications and the problem-solving process, and they were crucial to the success of this project.

Building information modeling (BIM) was used to coordinate the deployment for electrical and technology systems, addressing all issues prior to installation in the field. Zenith used pre-fabrication, reducing the required time for in-wall rough-in by approximately 50%. Coupled with Zenith’s design/assist process, the project exceeded expectations in every way.

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Playhouse Square Revitalization

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In 2014, Zenith Systems completed the Cleveland Playhouse Square revitalization project. Zenith served as the project partner and electric low voltage (ELV) contractor, to Turner Construction as the management team.

Zenith took on vital parts of the Playhouse Square project: technology system infrastructure and electrical power installation, fiber optic wiring installations, controls and power feed for the new chandelier, installation of all of the new LED digital display boards, powering of the cable systems, lighting of Star Plaza and traffic control systems.

The Playhouse Square project was completed within budget and on time, with no time lost due to injuries, despite harsh weather. Safety was the highest priority, given the active, public environment of this project.

All project goals were exceeded including attracting people to the area, improving the neighborhood and creating a vision of what a playhouse district should be. Zenith also saved all trees involved in the expansive project, which was completed in a year and a half.

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Cleveland Museum of Art’s Gallery One

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In 2012, Zenith Systems completed the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Gallery One project. Zenith was both the project’s audiovisual (AV) integration team and a major contributor to the design and creative team. In keeping with the CMA’s mission, the team effectively bridged the gap between art and technology.

Zenith’s first technology exhibit, the team created key elements of the Gallery One project: the Collection Wall, a 40-foot, interactive wall capable of handling 18 simultaneous “touches” and whose content may be modified to reflect current exhibits; Studio Play, a children’s area featuring an interactive line and shape-drawing wall; and Beacon, a dynamic wall airing live feed of people using other portions of the wall.

The Zenith team used durable, 12 x 16 blocks that are easily repaired; and designed six interactive touchscreen lenses, which can withstand several hundred pounds of human weight and are supported by Zenith remotely.

The CMA Gallery One project was completed on time and within budget and opened in February 2014.