WPS’ history in the pro AV integration industry goes back to the 1950s when Chuck and Marge Levin founded the Washington Music Center in 1958 in Washington D.C.
The Music Center continued to grow, becoming one of the most recognized names in music, audio, and production gear.
In 1968, Chuck and Marge opened the storefront in Wheaton, MD, the same location that exists today 50 years later.
The Washington Music Center began offering small-scale integration services to businesses and local houses of worship through the 1970s. The Levin brothers, Robert and Alan, finally decided to focus on larger-scale projects and officially founded WPS in 1985 with only 8 employees in a small office within the Music Center.
WPS quickly gained a reputation for producing high-quality, large-scale projects such as the New Jersey State House, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the Warner Theatre in DC, and Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA.
Today, WPS is still a family-run business and continues delivering the same exceptional engineering, design, and hands-on customer experience that has elevated us as a leader in the industry.