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Besides our professional CAD designs, we can also provide consultation services and can help you stay ahead of the curve with strategic technology planning.  We will work with your architect or general contractor to ensure that the building specifications, electrical requirements and HVAC considerations are met and within the standard guidelines for studios or control rooms. 

Let us help you with your project from the start.  Have an idea in mind but not sure how to get there?   We will take your idea and your feedback along the way to make it into a reality.  We can help you develop your budget, design your system, and get the results that you want.



Prior to opening day of the 2023 season, we finished a complete overhaul of the control room and equipment room at PNC Park.  To coincide with their new HDR scoreboard, all of the video production system equipment had to be upgraded. 

Having worked with the Pirates for many years, we were familiar with their workflow and the event operations staff.  We used this insight to tailor the system design to meet their goals, introduce some new features and provide the potential to expand their game day show even more in the future.

The Pirates new system includes a large selection of products from Ross Video including an Ultrix frame, Acuity panel and several Xpressions to drive graphics content to the video board. 

An Evertz EQX router (expandable up to 288x288) and multiviewer system was selected to handle the increased needs of their new workflow.

Content is captured in HDR format via Grass Valley LDX 96 cameras and Canon lenses.  Some include the capability of High Frame Rate recording, which provides some great Slo Mo footage that is sent to the Evertz DreamCatcher replay system.

Wireless camera coverage in the ball park has been expanded with a new Wave Central RF system, and now accesses areas of the facility that were previously not reachable.  This is also true of the new Riedel intercom coverage provided by an Artist Series Frame and Bolero wireless system.

This design-build project included replacing all of the existing Triax cabling throughout the facility with SMPTE fiber and working alongside Mitsubushi Electric and Clair Global, as they both upgraded their respective systems during the same offseason period. 



We recently completed some key component upgrades at Acrisure Stadium, working closely with representatives of the game day staff of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pitt Panthers, as well as the Sports and Exhibition Authority.

Their facility now features an Evertz EQX router (expandable up to 288x288) and multiviewer system. 

The intercom system from Riedel includes an Artist 1024 frame and a Connect Trio, along with expanded wireless coverage via the Bolero antennas and beltpacks.

A Ross Ultrix frame and Acuity switcher panel were added as well as new capabilities via Dante audio hardware.


Duquesne Design

We built a 4K studio in a newly renovated space inside the Student Union building at Duquesne University.  The leadership at the school wanted to bring attention to their media arts and broadcast center that borders Academic Walk.  We worked with the architects and contractors to design a head-turning studio enclosed in glass that really shows off the technology.

Students and visitors can't miss the 98" NEC 4K monitor on the back wall of the studio.  The NewTek TC2 Elite switcher drives the broadcast shows that are shot with Panasonic AW-UE150K 4K PTZ cameras.  The operators communicate with the ClearCom FreeSpeak II intercom system and using the AJA KUMO router and OpenGear converter cards, video and audio sources of any kind can be sent to the switcher and monitors. 


We also took advantage of existing fiber between the Student Union and College Hall to connect this system with a secondary studio and control room via NDI, as well as to the student radio station using MultiDyne converters.  Four Adobe edit and graphics systems are located in the control room, and elements are easily shared between all of the users.


We recently completed designing and integrating a brand-new studio and control room at Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio. They wanted a state of the art system that would be used for lecture capture, online course distribution and several other productions.  They wanted the ability to stream their production and to record each camera individually.  The media captured would be edited with Adobe in multiple locations across campus. 

The university brought us in at the very beginning of the project to attend meetings with the architect, contractors, and representatives of the faculty who wanted to be sure that the end product was flexible enough for their needs.  We helped them to develop their budget, and were able to navigate them towards the ideal studio environment. We worked with their project manager who coordinated the renovation and our integration schedule. 

The system was built around Sony PXW400 triax cameras and a NewTek TriCaster 8000 production switcher.  It also features a Clear-Com FreeSpeak II wireless intercom system, EditShare media storage and LTO 7 archiving.   We helped to design a custom podium with built in touchscreen monitors that feed into their switcher and to multiple displays within in the studio.   The system is flexible enough to be operated by a single user or a team of faculty and students.  The university uses the system as a teaching environment and to create high quality productions of many different formats.



Patrick Grace

Technical Coordinator of Video Production

Marketing & Communications Dept.

Franciscan University of Steubenville

“Texolve was a reliable partner from the word "go".  Their responsive and highly knowledgeable staff collaborated with our architect, physical plant dept., IT dept., and our marketing dept, to design and install a new video production studio for our online course offerings.  Their experience was evident as they navigated several challenges and setbacks, offering solutions and remaining flexible and patient.  Even after the initial scope of work was completed, their follow-up support continues to improve our workspace.”

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