What we do
Who we serve
Though Sea Mar was founded by Latin community leaders and health activists and specializes in treating Latin American patients, it’s an organization that promises to treat any client regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or nationality. Holding to the values of equal opportunity and accessibility, Sea Mar provides health and human services to the less fortunate. These services include community and migrant primary medical and dental care, substance abuse treatment services, social services, maternity support services, homeless support services, health education and nutrition programs, pharmacy services, childcare, low-income, and migrant farmworker housing, and youth education and leadership programs.
At one location, Sea Mar planned to build a community center and museum space that would be integral parts of its healthcare facility. The museum would be a time capsule from Latin American culture and history. At the same time, the community center would serve as a multipurpose space used for important community events like weddings and Quinceañeras.
Each room needed an Audio-Video solution that would enhance the experiences of each of the different types of events. These systems also needed to be the kind that could be used in a multitude of different ways by people of varying skill levels. SeaMar’s AV solution would be the difference between the vibrant, enriched rooms they wanted, and the flat, lifeless ones they hoped to avoid.
After studying the plans for the rooms within the community center and working with Sea Mar to determine what was needed to facilitate the various experiences, Continuant began the design process. The design for the community center included a Dual Mode production, allowing the users to switch between Simple and Full Production Mode depending on the event at hand and the skill level of the operator. This system also came with a full concert sound system, speakers, and acoustic treatment. As for the museum, its design included multiple projectors, all of which could be easily controlled from a Crestron panel.