We are Engineering Harmonics
We rely on Engineering Harmonics’ expertise. They are an essential part of the success of the Rogers Cup.
Chairman and CEO, Women’s Tennis Association
One of the most innovative audio-visual consultants.
Over the past two decades the practice has pioneered a sustainable approach to design through a strikingly wide range of work, from performing arts centres, civic and cultural assemblies, workplaces and sports venues, to museums and software design.
Based in Toronto, with offices in major Canadian centres, Engineering Harmonics has an international reputation, with projects on four continents.
We quickly earned a reputation for highly advanced methodology, integrating solutions into buildings as they were being designed. This long view of audio-visual consulting created opportunities to work with leading architects and as the 1990s brought a surge of interest into the possibilities of video conferencing, Engineering Harmonics was at the front of the field.
In the years since, Engineering Harmonics’ thought leadership has produced award-winning results across a variety of markets.
On the surface we are designers, engineers, programmers, planners, and specialists spanning many disciplines.
But at our core though we’re artists, inventors, musicians, audiophiles, thrill seekers and loud voices in our industry’s creative culture.
As an employer we encourage diverse thinking and we rally behind innovative ideas. We build teams that are fully invested in one another which builds camaraderie. And this environment inspires clients to think beyond the known and embrace new ideas.
We retained Engineering Harmonics because we respect them and we respect the quality of their work—both the results they had obtained on their previous projects and the process they employed in achieving those results.
When I first went into the Rogers Centre, I was surprised at just how good the house system sounded.
We have some very traditional teachers in our program who literally could not imagine how they were going to be able to teach without a blackboard and chalk. If we hadn’t had Andrew Kozak on board we never would have been able to get our teachers to understand how they can teach better with this technology.
Within an hour they knew where my knowledge stopped and where theirs had to start — and they were very, very gracious about it, even though they play on the world stage. They brought world-class knowledge and home-town service to the project.