Cavanaugh Tocci Associates, Inc. is very pleased to announce that Nicholas Browse has joined the firm as a Senior Principal Consultant focusing on audiovisual systems. Nick brings with him more than twenty-five years of experience running his own successful audiovisual consulting firm, Nicholas Browse & Associates. Nick and CTA have collaborated on many projects over the years, sometimes as independent firms on the same design team, sometimes as a joint venture to provide clients with a single point of contact for audio, video, projection and acoustics. Current collaborations include work at Harvard’s Fogg Art Museum and a new General Academic Building at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. The two firms share a common consulting approach to providing timely and practical advice. With the recent expansion of the audiovisual industry, both companies saw an opportunity to be more effective together than as the sum of their parts. Nick brings his high-level expertise and CTA offers the support of a multidisciplinary acoustics and audiovisual design staff.
Nick started his consulting business in 1985 after five years leading the systems integration and installation division of Cramer Video, where he oversaw the installation of some of the first audiovisual systems Cavanaugh Tocci Associates designed. After leaving Cramer, Nick built a highly respected consulting business with many long-time, recurring clients including Harvard University, Partners Healthcare, Quicken Loans, the University of Massachusetts, CVS/Caremark, Fidelity Investments, and the University of New Hampshire. Some of the highlights of his consulting career include: network management centers across New York and New England for Verizon; distance education facilities for the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University; and a recital hall and conference center in Lagos, Nigeria.