Lincoln Co. Library Renovation

Lincoln County, North Carolina
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15,800 SF

Project Description

Building on a successful relationship with Lincoln County on several prior endeavors, Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was awarded the opportunity to assist the County in renovating a branch library in Lincolnton, NC.

Some of the project’s critical elements included significant upgrades to the building’s mechanical systems, to ensure more efficient, zone-based coverage of the entire building for heating and cooling, improving the building’s furnishings and finishes, and providing electrical upgrades to accommodate modern information technology equipment.

SCNA also relocated and redesigned the primary circulation desk to a more suitable location in the building, based on patron use patterns and library staff needs, and designed improved casework for patron computer work stations.

The renovation received State recognition winning, 2011-2012 Outstanding Remodel Facility Award from the NC Public Library Directors Association.

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Square Footage

15,800 SF

Project Description

Building on a successful relationship with Lincoln County on several prior endeavors, Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was awarded the opportunity to assist the County in renovating a branch library in Lincolnton, NC.

Some of the project’s critical elements included significant upgrades to the building’s mechanical systems, to ensure more efficient, zone-based coverage of the entire building for heating and cooling, improving the building’s furnishings and finishes, and providing electrical upgrades to accommodate modern information technology equipment.

SCNA also relocated and redesigned the primary circulation desk to a more suitable location in the building, based on patron use patterns and library staff needs, and designed improved casework for patron computer work stations.

The renovation received State recognition winning, 2011-2012 Outstanding Remodel Facility Award from the NC Public Library Directors Association.

Our Involvement

Architect of Record