Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Client: Read & Company Architecture
Completion Date: 2005
The world recognized Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University fulfilled a 14 year plan to expand, by adding 420,000 sq/ft. teaching and research facility. Coordinated with renovations to the existing facility, six coordinated additions were constructed. Polysonics provided acoustical services which included interior architectural acoustics for interior noise control, as well as mechanical noise and vibration analysis and mitigation. Further, Polysonics provided audiovisual systems for numerous classrooms, auditoria and a video information system which included a large video wall in the building commons.