charlton kicks off library design
CAS Architecture | July 14, 2015
CAS kicked off the design for the Charlton Public Library in grand fashion this week with a design charrette (old school style with a felt tip pen and trash paper).
Due to the continuous growth in library use, Three Rivers Regional System Board of Trustees and Charlton Public Library recommended to the Georgia Public Library Services that a renovation of the Charlton Public Library be constructed to help relieve the growing demand placed by library users on the existing facility. The Georgia General Assembly included the Charlton Public library project in their state funded budget during the 2015 legislative session.
The Charlton Public Library will provide a renovated library space of 5,200 square feet with a new addition of 3,000 square feet. The design will incorporate an expanded multipurpose meeting room, tech center, extra space for library collection, adequate employee workspace, a dedicated server room, and overall, create a library in line with current technologies, initiatives and patron services.
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Posted on Thu, July 30, 2015
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