Gregory Rushton - CTS-D, Vice President, Mulvey & Banani Audio Visual

“Reverse-engineer-it” is Greg’s approach; he believes the end user experience, tailored to the client, should drive the selection of AV tools and technologies.

Greg is Vice President of Mulvey & Banani Audio Visual , a subsidiary company of Mulvey & Banani that delivers system design solutions considerate of both owner and project requirements. Greg applies over 14 years of industry expertise to a wide spectrum of project sectors, ranging from cultural and sport venues, education and healthcare facilities, private commercial developments and tenant fit-ups. Greg graduated with Honours in Audio Engineering from the Ontario Institute of Audio Recording Technology (OIART), joining Mulvey & Banani in 2007.

Notable Projects

Greg has designed AV systems for the offices and boardrooms of significant legal and financial companies across Canada (Heenan Blaikie LLP, Kinross Gold, C.I. Financial, Onex), as well as some of Canada’s most outstanding new museums and galleries, (Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg, Remai Art Gallery of Saskatchewan). Large P3 projects are part of Mulvey & Banani Audio Visual’s portfolio as well (Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, Providence Care Hospital, Kingston, Women’s College Hospital Redevelopment) as are notable college and university projects (Mohawk College – Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation, Hamilton, University of Toronto – John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design).