Solutions » Other Installations

DIB Australia have the expertise to design, install and service spaces other than classrooms, halls, theatres and boardrooms. We can help you with requirements in your Hospitality/Food Science areas so that students can see what is being prepared from anywhere in the room. We can help design solutions for areas of worship so that the entire congregation can participate easily and feel more involved. We can help set up for live events like we do at the Melbourne Cup and the Australian Open. We can also help with audio visual requirements at the airport, like we have been helping Qantas for the past 13 years with their Flight Information Display Systems.

Take a look at our Other Installations portfolio page to see how we can help you with any of your audio visual requirements.

Recent Other Installations

Unique AV installation at St Joseph’s Church

DIB Australia were approached by Father Laurence McNamara to consult on and conduct a unique installation in the beautiful St Joseph’s Catholic church in the suburb of Malvern. They required a specific AV solution which would give the impact needed for its very large space, while at the same time blending into the building when […]... Read More »

Victoria Police Highway Patrol

Victoria Police Highway Patrol recently received a new AV upgrade to really spruce up their presentation space. Some nice new screens with modern presentation hardware means they can hold memorable meetings and give pretty presentations. The Highway patrol received two of everything, giving this job a slick sense of symmetry along with an aesthetically pleasing […]... Read More »

Fresh Monitors for St John’s Regional College

St John’s Regional College is a Catholic secondary school located in Dandenong. The school opened in 1958 with 69 students and has grown steadily, now catering to over 924 students. St John’s Regional College teaches students with a mission “to foster and develop independence, adaptability, creativity, innovation, technological literacy, communication, and critical and reflective thinking.” […]... Read More »