Library Acoustics Experience

  • Library Acoustics

About This Project

Room acoustics, sound isolation between spaces, and control of noise from building services are all important design parameters for any library. Audio/Visual systems are also becoming an integral part of any modern library. The firm’s experience includes the acoustical design of many library buildings plus numerous libraries contained within larger facilities.

A partial listing of previous experience is presented below:

Dedicated Library Buildings

 

  • Richmond Library
    Richmond, BC
  • Lakewood Leisure Centre Library
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • Lethbridge Library
    Lethbridge, Alberta
  • Scarfe Library, University of BC
    Vancouver, BC
  • University of Northern BC Library
    Prince George, BC

Libraries Within Other Facilities

 

  • Grant McEwan College
    Edmonton, Alberta
  • University of Saskatchewan Agricultural Library
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • University of Victoria Law Library
    Victoria, BC
  • Yukon Community College Library
    Whitehorse, Yukon
  • Simon Fraser University Library Expansion
    Burnaby, BC
  • Mount Royal College Library
    Calgary, Alberta
  • Various Secondary School Libraries
    Surrey and Abbotsford, BC

Category
Government & Justice
Tags
Building Services Noise & Vibration, Environmental and Community Noise, Room Acoustics, Sound Isolation, Speech Privacy, Vibration Isolation