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CDAI Adds To Staff

CDAI (Atlanta), a specialty engineering firm that focuses on presentation and performing arts technology, has hired W. Allen Schulte as a project manager. 10/24/2001 8:00 AM Eastern

CDAI (Atlanta), a specialty engineering firm that focuses on presentation and performing arts technology, has hired W. Allen Schulte as a project manager. Schulte has 16 years of pro A/V industry experience, including consulting and design work on projects requiring multi-dimensional audio/video/control, lighting, acoustics and space planning.

In addition, CDAI welcomed Scott Olsen as an acoustics and testing services specialist. His responsibilities will include acoustics and testing services in support of CDAI's corporate and education clients, as well as the company's performing arts and A/V project designs. Previously, Olsen worked in the Office of Information Technologies and Educational Technologies at the Georgia Institute of Technology while completing his Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering. Olsen also has experience with studio recording and sound engineering projects for several local and regional artists, as well as live sound mixing for touring shows.

Commenting on the new hires, Rogers Dixon, president of CDAI, said: "Mr. Schulte brings tremendous systems installation and trouble-shooting capabilities to the CDAI team. His large audio/video/control system experience will be utilized to facilitate the integration of these important technologies into all of our projects.

"Mr. Olsen's unique combination of acoustics curriculum and 'hands-on' experience will enhance the CDAI team by providing additional bench strength to our firm's acoustic and audio-visual services."

For more, visit CDAI online at www.cdai.com.