Spectrum designed state-of-the-art systems for training personnel in the successful management of water systems in a 97,000 sq. ft. building reminiscent of structures found throughout the rural West. Technology is designed to bring personal interaction to training and meeting efforts, even when the room is filled to capacity. Cameras, projectors and plasma screens enhance excellent sight lines from each seat, reiterating the open and intimate feeling created by the polished millwork, wood beams, high ceilings and cupolas. The physical relationship of the presenter to people seated at the three dais rows, whose spaces are each equipped with individual screens, and to the remainder of the audience creates a uniquely interactive experience. The facility is equipped with folding partitions maximizing configuration possibilities. It features powerful technological and AV enhancements and is controlled by an intuitive wireless interface. Training facilities include pop-down projectors and electric roll-up screens, rollaway plasma screens, electronic annotation systems, automatic window shades and a carefully crafted lighting system with preset “scenes” accommodating various room configurations.