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John Kedzierski

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Background

Employment History

  • Partner
    MKP Architecture Inc.
  • Principal Architect
    MKP Architecture Inc.
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Web References
Business Partnership: Sussex County, New Jersey Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools - 21 Counties: A World of Opportunities
www.njccvts.org, 7 Feb 2010 [cached]
MKP Architecture owners Thomas Makris and John Kedzierski have advised Sussex County Technical School in many areas including curriculum, evaluation, and professional development; served as members of the CADD Advisory Council; provided invaluable suggestions to the instructor; and conducted simulated student interviews on Career Day.
Untitled Document
www.neilsonclyne.com, 1 July 2002 [cached]
"I have to say I was impressed with the client's ability to really hear the difference in the way consoles sounded," observes John Kedzierski.Kedzierski is a partner at MKP Architecture in Newfoundland, NJ, whose technology division did the facility's audio and video design."When they chose the Crest X-Four, it simply confirmed my own sense that this was exactly the right console for this application," Kedzierski concludes.
The 36-channel Crest X-Four console is truly the centerpiece of the sound system: it is used to route all of the 250 X 150-foot, 4,000-seat facility's audio, from the pulpit to the bandstands on either side of the main altar."The X-Four sounds great," says Kedzierski, "and it also brought a lot of value for the money to the picture.For instance, the ability to handle monitoring for the music is integrated into the console, eliminating the need to have both FOH and monitoring consoles.That was a big cost and space savings for the church.In terms of sound quality, the X-Four is a great live board - it doesn't compress the dynamics of the music, yet it keeps the sound incredibly articulate.It was the perfect choice for this application."
Crest's X-series consoles, such as the X-Four, offer application-tailored solutions for a wide variety of fixed installations, churches, stadiums, auditoriums, regional tour sound, broadcasting and corporate A/V applications.
Holy Name Province: Publications: HNP Today
www.vocation.org, 14 May 2004 [cached]
John Kedzierski of MKP Architecture Inc., based in Sparta, N.J., will design the center.It will include 17 meeting rooms, a Hispanic Ministry Center, an expanded library, a full working kitchen, front office, a choir rehearsal room, and the Assisi Room, to be used for faith formation classes.
It will also house the Parish Fellowship Hall, with ample space to seat 470, with capabilities to be subdivided into nine smaller meeting rooms.MKP will also handle the audio, video, acoustics, architecture interiors and lighting inside.
"The church is almost 100 years old and comes from a style that is even older," said Kedzierski, principal architect at MKP, who has also been a St. Mary's parishioner for more than five years.
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The location of the office was a huge benefit, because the friary is on the edge of the property and the rectory is a few houses down," Kedzierski said.
Crest Audio Press Release
www.crestaudio.com, 14 Oct 2001 [cached]
"I have to say I was impressed with the client's ability to really hear the difference in the way consoles sounded," observes John Kedzierski.Kedzierski is a partner at MKP Architecture in Newfoundland, NJ, whose technology division did the facility's audio and video design."When they chose the Crest X-Four, it simply confirmed my own sense that this was exactly the right console for this application," Kedzierski concludes.
The 36-channel Crest X-Four console is truly the centerpiece of the sound system: it is used to route all of the 250 X 150-foot, 4,000-seat facility's audio, from the pulpit to the bandstands on either side of the main altar."The X-Four sounds great," says Kedzierski, "and it also brought a lot of value for the money to the picture.For instance, the ability to handle monitoring for the music is integrated into the console, eliminating the need to have both FOH and monitoring consoles.That was a big cost and space savings for the church.In terms of sound quality, the X-Four is a great live board - it doesn't compress the dynamics of the music, yet it keeps the sound incredibly articulate.It was the perfect choice for this application."
Crest's X-series consoles, such as the X-Four, offer application-tailored solutions for a wide variety of fixed installations, churches, stadiums, auditoriums, regional tour sound, broadcasting and corporate A/V applications.
GALAXY :: Article Reprints
www.galaxycustom.com, 1 Oct 2001 [cached]
Architect John Kedzierski of MKP Architecture in Newfoundland, New Jersey, a firm that specializes in integrating technlology with architecture, said a sky's-the-limit version can cost $500,000.He has based his estimate on purchases that include up to $200,000 for a 120-inch-diagonal front-projection system, plus $5,000 for each top-of-the-line theater-style seat placed in a fully detailed room.But Kedzierski said a basic setup - using your existing sofas and easy chairs - can cost as little as about $4,500 and deliver "a high-quality viewing experience."Most systems fall somewhere in between, he said, with two to 10 seats in a room that's a minimum of about 12 by 20 feet in size with walls at least 7.5 feet high.Basements are popular venues because they're easy to darken for the desired theater ambiance and "because they're easier to acoustically isolate from the rest of the house."A home theater's audio will have at least five channels of audio (left, center, and right speakers up front; left and right rear speakers) plus a subwoofer channel that delivers those ultra low frequencies for explosion and similar rumbles.
Kedzierski said the best advice for anyone considering a home theater is to balance the system - the quality of each component - and allot some money for acoustics.
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