Burst To Build New Facility for Oklahoma-based Production Education Center

Burst, a Denver-based systems integrator, has been awarded a contract to design and build a digital video production facility at Moore Norman Technology Center (MNTC) in Norman, Oklahoma. Upon its completion, the facility will feature a new studio and associated control, engineering and audio rooms, sound stage, editing bays, green room, and sound booth for students in the Digital Video Production (DVP) program.

MNTC’s DVP program prepares high school and adult students for careers as digital video technicians, digital video producers and production assistants. Students get hands-on experience in all aspects of digital video production – from pre-production planning through post-production editing and graphics. It’s also an Apple Authorized Training Center where students earn industry certifications in Final Cut Pro applications.

“With the new space and the capabilities we’ll have here, our facility will be among the best in the state,” says DVP Instructor Chris Kalinski. “I’m convinced we will rival any other school in Oklahoma.”

Burst will create a design and detailed engineering drawings, recommend equipment, and manage the installation, commissioning and training for the facility, which will be housed in the new Information Technology Building at MNTC’s Franklin Road Campus.