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Above: New Joplin Public Library

  • Library, On The Boards

    The new library is not just a symbol for the city’s rebirth, it’s also a cultural center and catalyst for...

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  • LEED Silver, Library, Sustainable

    The Woodneath Branch Library will be the newest addition to the Mid-Continent Library District’s collection of library facilities that cover the surrounding metropolitan areas of Kansas City, spanning three counties

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  • Library

    This project consists of Interior Renovations to the 48,000 square foot Mid-Continent Public Library's Independence Branch Library.

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  • Library

    Due to growth in the area, the Baxter County Public Library Foundation decided it was time to expand into a new facility. For three years, Baxter County Public Library worked through a deliberative planning process for a new library.

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  • Library

    The goal of the Mid-Continent Public Library Genealogy Project was to provide a fitting and appropriate facility to house the library's nationally recognized, world-class collection.

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  • Library

    The City of Arnold and the Jefferson County Library District pooled their resources to provide the community with a combined Library and Recreation Center

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  • Library

    This project is the relocation of Northwest Branch Library in High Ridge, Missouri. The scope of work included renovations and remodeling of a former grocery building (36,600 gross square feet) into a new branch library.

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  • Library

    This state-of-the-art destination library, which was previously a grocery store and a furniture store, has found a new life.

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  • Library

    The City and County Library District needed a new central facility in a more accessible location.

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  • Library

    The Morgan County Library District’s vision was for a new community facility and to move from its 3,000 s.f. prior home for 80 years.

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