• After more than 70 years, BBC World Service has relocated from Bush House, their original home in The Strand to the new Broadcasting House campus situated in the West End of London.We were contracted to design and supply all the radio studio facilities within the complex. Each studio is equipped with a Studer On-Air 3000 digital mixer, Phonebox, VCS, Delec communications, BNCS and IDS.
  • After more than 70 years, BBC World Service has relocated from Bush House, their original home in The Strand to the new Broadcasting House campus situated in the West End of London.We were contracted to design and supply all the radio studio facilities within the complex. Each studio is equipped with a Studer On-Air 3000 digital mixer, Phonebox, VCS, Delec communications, BNCS and IDS.
  • We've successfully completed several separate installations within the Media City complex, including the BBC Phiharmonic's new theatre, and a total of over 30 studios for BBC Radio Manchester, Radio 5 Live, 6 Music and A&M.
  • Our expertise in audio and communications was called on to enable any workstation to monitor, control and communicate with any programme strand in this multi-channel transmission playout facility
  • A recently completed studio forming part of an ongoing refurbishment project for BBC Regions.We have rebuilt 27 of these local radio stations, and are working with the BBC to produce new designs for the remainder, taking maximum advantage of current technology.
  • Four out of an order of six OB units ready for delivery - these audio facilities were equipped with Stagetec mixers and routing systems, and a wide range of communications facilities. Two larger units are used at major events like the Glastonbury Festival and the Promenade Concerts.
  • The new range of intelligent PDU's (Power Distribution Units) from IPE
Over the last 30 years we've worked with many of the world's leading broadcast corporations.

IPE is one of the UK's leading broadcast systems integration companies, providing turnkey services over a wide range of technologies. We design, install and commission the technical facilities in radio and television studios. Nearly everyone in the UK will have watched TV or heard radio programmes that were produced in studios that we've built, from Strictly Come Dancing to everything on Radio 1.

The company was founded on 1st April 1983, and with a staff of two, it became one of the first tenants of the embryonic Melbourn Science Park on the outskirts of Cambridge. Today, our team consists of audio and software engineers who manage to blend in-depth technical knowledge with a passion for emerging technologies. Our track record is one of continued success, delivering state-of-the-art solutions into live environments with minimal disruption, on time and to budget.