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Los Angeles Central Library Renovation & Expansion

Work on this high-profile project in downtown Los Angeles included fully refinishing what had been a sorely-neglected and twice-burned historic structure.

All new HVAC with the requisite noise and vibration control for a library was required as was noise control and isolation for sensitive spaces in a part of LA that was now far noisier than when first constructed in 1926.

The historic "Goodhue Building" was augmented by the new "East Wing" including the highly-regarded 260-seat Mark Taper Auditorium.

MCH provided full-scope acoustical consulting services as well as AV systems design throughout, including patron listening and viewing areas of library material.



Los Angeles, CA



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