Recent articles feature both the Scituate Library Foundation's June 10th Gala and the library's public opening on June 12th. A Boston Globe article on the $12-milion renovation-expansion and Opening Day can be found here and a Patriot Ledger article here. The Gala event is documented in a WickedLocal.com article found here.
OEA's public library for the Town of Eastham officially opened to the public yesterday (November 15th). Early reviews from local residents are fantastic. Click here to see the recent article in the Cape Cod Times.
We had a great office outing today to see construction progress on our public libraries for the towns of Scituate and Eastham. Scituate is scheduled for completion at the end of the year. Eastham will be finished in about a month.
Held on September 1st, the successful groundbreaking event formally kicked off the construction process for the 32,000 square foot, two-story library's renovation-expansion. For a local report on the groundbreaking ceremony, click here.
Principals Matt Oudens and Conrad Ello both received mention in a recent Library Journal article summarizing the Design Institute hosted in Boston last December. As sponsors of the event, OEA led a workshop analyzing the Kingston Public Library as a case study for library expansion and renovation. In the workshop OEA presented Kingston Library's current challenges along with three architectural approaches to expand the Library's square footage. A brief summary of the workshop can be found here.