John F. Kennedy Library Consolidation Project
The John F. Kennedy Library Consolidation project was created to improve convenience for customers, make it easier for families to use the library together and increase security. The project began on March 18 and is expected to be completed this summer. When the consolidation is complete, children's books and DVDs will be relocated to the main floor. The main floor will continue to operate a computer center, group study rooms, teen reading area, a customer service section and reference/information desks. An expanded story time room, an additional study room, new bathrooms including one for families, and a Friends of the Library bookstore will be added.
Here is little peek of what's happening inside the construction area.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Here is a view of the entrance from where the customer service desk was formerly located.
The storytime room is now painted.
View of the computer center. The interior has been recarpeted, repainted, and upgraded to extend technology capacity.
The new study room now has a window and door added.
A view of the completed public restroom.
Entrance to the family restroom has been completed.
Metal slots have been added to the book drop and the wall has been painted.
Thursday, June 6, 2013
The library will re-open with new interior paint.
A data port upgrade in the Computer Center.
View of a newly added group study room.
View of the new Friends of the Library bookstore.
Inside view of the book return slots that allow visitors to return books as they walk into the library.
Interior view of the new storytime room for the children's section
Entrance to the new family restrooms located in the new children's section
Here is one of our contractors in his temporary office located in one of the original group study rooms.