New York Public Library, New York, NY
A program of renovations, spanning nine years, for the Library, which includes:
A Phase II infrastructure upgrade and rehabilitation of the fully operational main branch with special consideration given to the landmark interior and exterior.
A fast-tracked renovation for the 121,000 SF Library in Lincoln Center which houses valuable collections of music, video, and literature.
A phased gut renovation to create the Rare Books Reading Room and a new Genealogy Room.
A 5 floor renovation of the existing 12 story Crystal building.
A full restoration and upgrading of the landmark status Trustees Room and the Bartos forum into public assembly spaces.
A project involving the replacement of broken bluestone pavers and granite curbs at the Central Research Branch.
A full restoration of a nearly 100 year old reading room to its original condition.
An upgrade and implementation of a state-of-the-art system for seven library branches.