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Hogansville Public Library

Hogansville, Georgia

The new 10,500 square foot library will be located on a site that once served as the Johnson Street School prior to 1950.  The desire is for the new facility to serve as a community gathering place and technology hub with a look that is consistent with the historical district where it will be located.  The new library is to be designed for a future addition and to be situated to complement the adjacent Johnson Street Park.   Following a number of input meetings, the public had high expectations for the new library: to be a center for teens thru gaming and computing, offer education programs and conferences to the surrounding area, be technologically competitive with 3-D printers and internet access both within and outside the library, provide rooms for tutoring and incorporate an exterior covered area to enjoy the park.  The library is to be a place for “enjoyment and recreation – a people gathering zone.”

The library is partially funded by a $2.0 million State of Georgia Capital Outlay Grant.  The Hogansville library is currently in design.

"Chad has been a joy to work with on our Hogansville project. Like most designers, he genuinely cares about creating an outstanding final product. But what sets him apart from all the others is the high priority he places on being responsive to our needs, as demonstrated throughout our planning and building process. Highly recommended!"

Keith Schuermann
Director, Troup-Harris Regional Library