Madison County Public Library News

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

a peek inside

As one crew finishes drying-in the roof and another does masonry works outside, a third crew has been working hard to frame the inside.

Soffit is being prepared to the height specifications of different areas of the library. The ceiling in this new building will be 13 feet or higher.

The saw below is constantly running, creating new pieces to the internal puzzle. The smell of cut metal is ever present for now.

This area will soon become the Berea room. The tin ceiling and light fixtures from the old building will be incorporated into this room's final design.

Although not as large as the Richmond location, this building will NOT be small.

Unlike the Richmond location, we will have three wonderful skylights in our ceiling.

The naturally lit reading room, complete with fireplace, will also be very nice.

The arched area to the right is our Children's area. The area on the left will be our Young Adult area. Our intent is that this new building will have much to offer the public. I believe that these elements will be a great start.


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