Electrosonic’s AV Expertise Showcased In Three Museums & Heritage Award Winning & Honored Projects

London (May 31, 2011) -- Electrosonic is proud to have participated in three projects that were honored with an award or high commendation at this year’s Museums and Heritage Awards in London.

Electrosonic, an international audio-visual company, was extensively involved with The National Trust Scotland’s ‘Robert Burns Birthplace Museum’ project, which was awarded the Museums & Heritage Permanent Exhibition Award. Electrosonic was the AV systems integrator during this project and its Dartford and Edinburgh offices worked in collaboration with designers, Event Communications.

Following closely in the same category was the Museum of London receiving the Highly Commended title for their ‘Galleries of Modern London’ project. And thirdly, The Museum of the Order of St John was short listed for the ‘Museums & Heritage Online Industry Nomination Award’ for their new galleries which illustrate the history of the Order to visitors. Electrosonic was the Audio Visual Systems Integrator for both projects.

The Museums and Heritage Awards recognise and honor best practice within the world of museums, galleries and heritage visitor attractions within the UK and Europe. Winners of the Museums and Heritage Awards were announced May 11 at the Museums and Heritage Exhibition in London.

About Electrosonic
Electrosonic is an international AV company with a strong reputation for working on complex projects, both large and small, and has through its 47 year history developed lasting partnerships with customers and suppliers. Electrosonic brings a unique breadth of experience to each project; backed by solid engineering skills, project management and quality production facilities. Beyond complete integrated systems, Electrosonic can provide a wide range of services including consultancy, technical design, maintenance and operational support.