Master Video, a third-generation corporation established in 1953, providing single-source solutions for systems integrations. George Lawshe (retired CEO), passed the torch to his son, G. Michael Lawshe (President & CEO). Mike's Son, Brandon Lawshe, has joined the Master Video Family, as Vice President. Together, they have Nearly 70 years of hands-on experience and flawless execution, growing Customers into Raving Fans.
G. Michael Lawshe
President & CEO
Mr. G. Michael Lawshe has served as the Chairman & CEO of Master Video Systems, Inc., based in Dallas, Texas, since 2004. He has a diverse background in management, finance, operations, and sales & marketing in various industries from commercial electronics, aviation, construction services, corporate finance, and mergers & acquisitions for various private and public companies during the past twenty-eight years. Mr. Lawshe is a member of various boards.
Master Video Congratulates Brandon Lawshe, as one of the Top Commercial Integrators Under 40 in America... WAY TO GO BRANDON!
Mr. Brandon Lawshe graduated from Texas A&M in 2013 with a B.S. in Construction Science and a minor in Business. He began his career at Master Video Systems during the AT&T Stadium Television Project as an installer and upon graduation went full-time at the company as a Project Manager. Mr. Lawshe oversees major projects and works with clients directly to make sure that all projects are finished to their satisfaction. Mr. Lawshe has successfully managed and supervised various projects including stadiums, hospitals, hotels, airports, and other commercial venues with complex systems while effectively communicating with all parties involved.
Commercial Integrator’s 40 Professionals Under Forty Class of 2021
Each year Commercial Integrator’s Top 40 Integration Industry Professionals Under 40 Years Old are chosen for making a difference in the industry and within their organizations.
2021 marks the 8th annual Commercial Integrator 40 Professionals Under 40 list, and it may be one of our most important yet. The past year has been difficult for every firm across the integration industry. There have been ups and downs, uncertainties, circumstances to work around on job sites, but also an incredible amount of initiative, innovation, and hard work to get through the difficulties of the pandemic.