David Anes joins CCS California as Project Manager

David Anes is thrilled to be joining the team at CCS Presentations, and is committed to keeping CCS as America’s premiere audio visual integrator. David brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in the audio visual industry, a career that has spanned 18 years and taken him to more than 40 countries.

For the past seven years, David has played an integral part in the A/V department of a new community college, designing and creating a wide variety of teaching environments. The class- rooms that David created were specifically noted in an accreditation report from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities as being highly functional learning spaces. His exceptional ability to quickly execute solutions to problems, while not losing sight of the overarching goal, have made David a successful project manager.

When he’s not immersed in A/V projects, you will find David spending time with his wife, Tamra, and their three sons, Nick, Chris, and Tyler. The family resides in Boise, ID, where they enjoy easy access to the great outdoors, and especially enjoy bass fishing. When time allows, David builds his music skills on the piano and bass guitar.

David’s passion for quality and excellence in projects and relationships alike make him a perfect fit for CSS Presentations, and he looks forward to many years of continued success.

Contact David to welcome him aboard or to get him started on a new project!

David Anes | Project Manager

Direct/Cell 208.917.3839 | Fax 310.220.2957

ccsprojects.com | [email protected]

Expand Your World Beyond Your Physical Walls!

Every job is custom, but most corporate clients are interested in a variety of presentation systems including projectors, projection screens, large-format flat panel displays and high definition video conferencing. Additionally, CCS has the ability to integrate a room control system to provide total control over your audiovisual components.
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