K2 joins Salas O’Brien, expanding technology and acoustic design services
K2 has joined Salas O’Brien, uniting two leading firms in the technology and acoustics space. This expands Salas O’Brien’s team to over a dozen Certified Technology Specialists, working alongside hundreds of registered engineering and technical professionals.
This merger increases the combined team’s ability to provide comprehensive, multi-disciplinary services like acoustical design, electronic safety and security system design, and customized audiovisual solutions. K2’s capabilities and portfolio complement Salas O’Brien’s existing technology and acoustics team, which grew significantly when Idibri joined the organization previously.
Technology and acoustics are vital for enhancing human connection in the built environment. This service touches every industry sector. Adding this experienced team with outstanding leadership demonstrates our commitment to being a future-focused firm that is engineered for impact.Darin AndersonChairman and CEO, Salas O’Brien
As the next step in Salas O’Brien’s strategy to be local everywhere, with international resources, the K2 team will continue to be managed by its current leaders and will adopt the Salas O’Brien name after a transition period.
K2 and Salas O’Brien share similar values, and I have tremendous respect for their approach to teamwork and client service. We’re very excited to unite with Salas O’Brien and build a future with even more opportunities for our team members and clients.Deb BrittonCEO and Founding Principal, K2
State of Wyoming Capitol Building and Herschler Office Building
After a comprehensive renovation and expansion, Wyoming’s Capitol Building and Herschler State Office Building are now home to some of the state’s most advanced AV systems. Designed with user-friendliness and ease of use in mind, these systems allow for live media distribution to and from any location in the buildings.
Denver Art Museum Renovations and Additions
A new 50,000-square-foot, three-story welcome center added a restaurant, café, and event hall. The welcome center’s 10,000-square-foot Sturm Grand Pavilion features a stunning, elliptical, fluted glass wall—the first structural glass wall façade of this scale in North America to support itself without the need for intermediate framing.
Colorado School of Mines CoorsTek Center for Applied Science
The top-of-the-line facility has versatile laboratory space and technologically advanced active learning classrooms, allowing essential collaboration in science and engineering.
Our team provided acoustics and audiovisual system design to ensure the professors leverage the cross-disciplinary strengths .