New York, NY (May 3, 2005)–Essential Communications, a designer and installer of AV solutions, has expanded its NYC operations with the naming of Paul Smith to the post of project manager, and Vincent Nossa to the post of warehouse coordinator.
A seasoned AV veteran with extensive experience in every aspect of AV integration, from design to installation, Smith provides an additional level of support to Essential Communications and its clients through all phases of a project. He returns to the firm after serving as president and founder of Atlanta-based pro audio specialists, Discrete Entertainment. Prior to that, Smith was a field installation technician for DMX Music, and an installation technician for Essential Communications.
“I’ve been watching as Essential Communications has made impressive advancements in the field of AV, which makes me extremely excited to be back with the firm,” said Smith. “As project manager, I look forward to ensuring top-quality results for all of our installations.”
Warehouse coordinator Vincent Nossa brings broad-based experience in logistics, audio hardware/software, and shipping/receiving to his new post at Essential Communications. He will enforce the firms’ strict quality control standards for all incoming and outgoing equipment, and contribute to even higher efficiency for all testing, staging and materials coordination. He comes to the firm from an operations post at Guitar Center. Prior to that, Nossa was shipping/receiving manager for Tech 21.
“I’ve been involved with logistics for a decade, and I’m looking forward to contributing to the high standards of excellence at Essential Communications,” said Nossa. “I’m happy to be with a company on the rise.”
“By adding these key professionals, Essential Communications continues its direction towards being the premier company in AV design, installation and music management,” concluded John Rodriguez, manager of service, maintenance and installation for Essential Communications. “With Paul Smith and Vincent Nossa on board, we are taking another step forward.”