Scottish Parliamentary Count and European Referendum

Thursday, 23 June 2016 Emirates Arena, Glasgow Glasgow City Council

Event Objective

In May and June of 2016, the Glasgow City Council hosted The Scottish Parliament Elections and the European Union Referendum counts and turned to mclcreate for help in creating a slick set up to facilitate these defining political announcements.

Our Solution

Within the Emirates Arena’s challenging acoustic environment, mclcreate used all its technical expertise to deliver an impressive and versatile solution for Glasgow City Council.

mclcreate experts designed an audio-visual system to deliver clear, crisp announcements and stunning visuals throughout each event. Our team configured PA systems, rigged in nine zones together with an LED screen, mounted above a specially constructed 12 metre stage, to provide real-time content for the audience about the elections and referendum results. 

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