BAM Studios Expands Facility
September 17, 2014 by Screenmag
Chicago-based BAM Studios has spent the summer making additions to its location at 1 E. Erie in the city's River North neighborhood and they're now complete.
The company’s Studio C has expanded with a state-of-the -art recording booth, bringing the number of fully equipped post-production suites at BAM up to three. They have also completed Studio D, a new well-appointed mixing suite.
The new additions come at a time where BAM has been experiencing a boom in film, television, and voiceover clients over the past year. The new room was designed by Chicago acoustic firm Threshold Acoustics and by architect Howard Kagan. Main construction of the new Studio C Booth was completed in August of 2014.
BAM Studios President Brian Reed says the new additions will enhance the way BAM does business.
“Flexibility and movement throughout the facility has been a key for us when it comes to accommodating a wide variety of projects and clientele throughout the day," he says.
Executive Producer Jess Fike is also thrilled.
"Having more studios allows us so much more freedom," Fike says. "It will make finding a room for last minute jobs and busy holiday seasons so much easier. We love our clients and always strive to give them whatever they need. This new space allows us to do that in an even bigger way, which is very exciting."