- August 22, 2019
- Posted by: Randy Glover
- Category: Company Updates
It’s been just over a year since Smartrise moved its headquarters to the great state of Texas. Since then we’ve hit the ground running making a name for ourselves in the Lone Star State. Here’s a look at just some of the projects Smartrise has going on in Texas!
Smartrise has added its C4 controller to The Majestic Theatre in Smartrise’s new hometown of Dallas, Texas. Built in 1921, The Majestic Theatre has hosted acts such as Houdini and Bob Hope, and is the last remnant of Dallas’ Theater Row. In 1977, The Majestic was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With C4 now installed in The Majestic, Smartrise helps the people of Dallas see popular concerts, comedy shows, and performing arts events.
A few hours south in Houston, Smartrise Engineering will be adding four Smartrise controllers to the Jesse H. Jones Public Library. The central library of the city, this community mainstay was built in 1976 and hosts public events year-round. Smartrise will be adding their controllers to four simplex traction cars.
Completing the Texas Triangle, the future artists of Texas are converging in San Antonio and now have Smartrise to help them get to class. The Colonial Center in San Antonio is home to the Art Institute of San Antonio and International Culinary School and is now home to a new Smartrise controller. Smartrise can help colleges stay under budget by needing zero specialized tools and its open market design keeps spare parts affordable and available from third party vendors.
From Mavericks, to Rockets, to Spurs, Smartrise is the go-to choice in Texas for elevator controllers solutions. It’s only been one year, and a cowboy hat still looks a little weird on us, but one thing is certain: Smartrise is Texas Proud!
To learn more about how a Smartrise controller can be a part of your next project in Texas (or anywhere else), contact our sales department at email@example.com.
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