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“Since childhood, I have been intrigued by technology and how things work. As a student at Northeastern University, I became interested in Acentech as a great career path to incorporate my interest in music with my engineering degree. I started at Acentech as an intern, and today I am fortunate that my job combines my two major interests.”
Corey Salvatore is a versatile sound and audiovisual systems designer, as well as IT infrastructure system designer. He is regularly involved in a variety of projects for corporate/commercial, higher education, and performing arts clients. His strengths include project management and attention to detail, and his ability to take projects from concept to completion. Corey has worked on a full range of project types including theaters and performing arts centers, athletic complexes and sports centers, videoconferencing/distance learning/telepresence spaces, meeting/board rooms, large instructional classrooms, divisible spaces, multipurpose rooms, and convention centers.
At Acentech, Corey has taught several AIA certified courses to architects on such topics as: Learning Together: Acoustics and Technology for Collaborative Environments, Information Technology in Healthcare: An Overview of Design Standards and Guidelines, and Audiovisual & Telecommunications Infrastructure: What You Need to Know.
Corey’s Acoustical Inspiration
“When I’m not working, I love to be active, travel and go to concerts. I enjoy going snowboarding, ziplining, and have even been skydiving (twice).”
- Certified Technology Specialist (CTS), AVIXA
- Crestron Digital Media Certified Designer (DMC-D)
- Northeastern University, Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering