Hungarian Embassy – Building Project

The scope of this project included design services for telecommunications cabling systems with associated supporting infrastructure for voice/data/RF video outlets, audiovisual systems with associated supporting infrastructure, and acoustics, noise & vibration control as they relate to the renovation of the Embassy of the Hungarian Republic located in Washington, D.C. Spaces to receive technology systems include the Assembly Hall and two (2) conference rooms. Project responsibilities included complete specifications and cost estimating for all telecommunications cabling and audiovisual systems. Additional responsibilities include recommendations for room layout, shaping, acoustical finishes and sound isolation for the Assembly Hall, and the development of acoustical criteria for HVAC equipment noise levels for the mechanical equipment rooms and lobby spaces. This project has been designed through Construction Documents.


Architect: Geier Brown Renfrow Architects

Location: Washington, DC

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