Guide to College Library Builders & Planners: Use This Quick Guide as a Jumping-Off Point for Your Library Planning Initiative. (College Libraries)

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Guide to College Library Builders & Planners: Use This Quick Guide as a Jumping-Off Point for Your Library Planning Initiative. (College Libraries)


Firm: AARON COHEN ASSOCIATES (www.acohen.com)

Areas of focus: library consulting, strategic planning, librarians, architecture, and interior design

Projects include: Cornell University Medical Center Library, New York, NY; BeKalb College Learning Resource Center, Atlanta, GA; Eastern Michigan University Library, Ypsilanti, MI; University of Illinois, Graduate Department Libraries, Champaign-Urbana, IL; University of Pennsylvania Medical Library, Philadelphia, PA

Firm: AYERS/SAINT/GROSS (www.asg-architects.com)

Areas of focus: Programming, planning, and design of college and university buildings and campuses, including library facilities

Projects include: College Library, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL; Dalhgren Health Sciences Library, Georgetown University, Washington, DC; Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Firm: EASTERN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED (www.easternconstruction.com/educational.html)

Areas of focus: N/A

Projects include: Joseph Stauffer Library, Queen's University, Kingston, ON; Library, Queen's University, Kingston, ON; Biosciences Building, Queen's University, Kingston, ON; Odette Building, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON

Firm: ENWRIGHT ASSOCIATES, INC. (www.enwright.com/Education/)

Areas of focus: Facility planning, architecture and engineering for corporate and institutional clients

Projects include: Learning Resource Center, Central Carolina Technical College, Sumter, SC; J. Verne Smith Library & Tech. Resource Center, Greenville Technical College, Greenville, SC; Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC; Campus Life Center, University of South Carolina, Spartanburg, SC

Firm: FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. (www.freese.com)

Areas of focus: Architecture, interior design, master planning, landscape architecture, mechanical/electrical/plumbing, engineering, structural engineering, site civil design, construction phase services, etc.

Projects include: Central Texas College Library, Killeen, TX; Temple College Library, Temple, TX, University Mary Hardin Baylor, Temple, TX (campus master planning); Texas A&M Commerce, Commerce, TX (campus master planning); Texas State Technical. College, Waco, TX (campus master planning); Texas State Technical College-West Texas, Sweetwater, TX (campus master planning); Kilgore College, Kilgore, TX (campus master planning)

Firm: GWATHMEY SIEGEL & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS (www.gwathmey-siegel.com)

Areas of focus: Master planning, architectural interior and product design services

Projects include: George E. Bello Center for Information and Technology, Bryant College, Smithfield, RI; the Graduate Center Library, City University of New York, NY, FSU Library for Information, Technology and Education (FLITE), Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI; Middlebury College Library, Middlebury, VT; Campus Research Library, Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore

Firm: HARTMAN COX ARCHITECTS (www.hartmancox.com)

Areas of focus: Design of institutional and commercial office buildings with special emphasis on demanding or historic contexts.

Projects include: Special Collections Library, University Of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA; New School of Law, Washington University, St. Louis, MO; Kelvin Smith Library, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, New Law School. Library, University Of Connecticut, Hartford, CT; John Carter Brown Library Addition and Renovation, Brown University, Providence, RI

Firm: HILLIER (hillier.com)

Areas of focus: Campus planning, Library planning and programming, architecture, interior architecture, graphic design

Projects include: Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library, Howard University, Washington, DC; Gill Memorial Library, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY; Princeton Public Library, Princeton, NJ; St. …

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