South Hadley, Massachusetts The new South Hadley Public Library sits on a bluff above the dam on the Connecticut River on a former abandoned industrial site. The first floor of the two-story library provides children’s services, new book browsing and meeting rooms. The second floor houses adult collections. Reading rooms
Everett, Massachusetts Renovations and addition to the historic Shute Memorial Library (1899) include significant improvements to the existing interior and a new wing. Additionally, the library now has an accessible street-level entrance, an elevator and central stairwell, new reading areas, and a children’s craft room.
Dudley, Massachusetts The new Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library replaces the original library on a new site in downtown Dudley. The new library greatly expands the collections and seating capacity. Additionally, the space provides new story time and craft spaces in an expanded children’s department and after-hours meeting space for
Mashpee, Massachusetts The new Mashpee Public Library replaces the existing library on a site in Mashpee Commons. This project received LEED Silver certification. The building’s green features include a chilled-beam mechanical system, an extensive rooftop 20 KWH Photovoltaic system, low water consumption plantings, and an on-site stormwater management system. This
Granby, Massachusetts The Granby Public Library is a new building on a new site, close to the Granby Town Common. The new building houses a new children’s library, teen room, meeting spaces and greatly expanded adults collections and reading rooms. The building design recalls the architecture of the original library,
Boston, Massachusetts Originally opened in 1969, the Brighton Branch of the Boston Public Library is an active and integral part of the surrounding neighborhood. Renovations to this 22,400-square-foot library provide accessibility and enhanced technology capabilities. A new teen space The project achieved LEED Silver certification. Window updates improve view and