Georgetown Neighborhood Library

Washington, DC

Client: GTM Architects

Completion Date: 2010

The design objectives for the Georgetown Library are to provide a state-of-the-art library facility that will meet the program needs of
the twenty first century user. Set within the historic Georgetown community, this 80 year-old building suffered extensive damage when a fire tore through the structure in early 2007. Polysonics worked closely with Martinez + Johnson to design acoustical treatments for quiet rooms and common spaces that integrated well with the historic architectural details of the building.

In addition to acoustics, Polysonics was also responsible for integration of state-of-the-art technology design. These services included, Building Paging Systems, Digital Signage, Audio Visual systems such as Video Projection, Projection Screens, Playback Sources, Press Feeds, Control Systems and Computer Presentation Systems. Polysonics also designed the Building Security System that included CCTV and Door Access Systems.


• Paging Systems
• Digital Signage
• Network Systems
• Door Access
• CCTV Systems
• Video Projection
• Video Playback
• Audio Playback

Services Involved

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