Maryland's Pavilion was lagging behind the team's talent. Advent changed that with an update that proves to the competition that the Terrapins are serious about their court sports.
The elements designed by Advent were installed with the intent of transforming the space simply and effectively. By providing entry elements, the Pavilion is separated from the rest of the building as an area obviously set apart from the rest. Using one massive wall-banner, tension-fabric over aluminum frames and cut vinyl, the interior of the gymnasium went from semi-neutral to totally-Terrapin.
Allie Hall, the Assistant Director of Facilities, Operations and Events at the University of Maryland said this about the process of working with Advent; "The new and improved Pavilion Gym looks amazing. We will be doing phase two of the project next year and I am looking forward to working with Advent again not only on this project, but on all future projects Maryland Athletics has. "
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