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Brookline Library Renovation Project
Meeting Focus: Final Design and Project Logistics

Communications Manager
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
412-578-2458 (office)

What: The community process to Build a Better Library has resulted in spectacular designs! Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh cordially invites the Brookline community to review and discuss Final Design and Renovation Project Logistics along with project architects, Loysen & Associates. Planned renovations will double the size of the library. Highlights of the project include the addition of a lower level and passenger elevator, and interior and facade upgrades. The new library will also feature a 'light wall' and skylight.

Where: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Brookline
708-710 Brookline Boulevard
(412) 561-1003

(City of Pittsburgh - South)

When: Wednesday, February 26 at 7:00 p.m.

Why: The Brookline Library is one of the first branches slated for renovation as part of CLP's system-wide Capital Improvement Program.

About Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: "Free to the People" since 1895

Through its Main Library and 18 neighborhood locations, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh serves the dynamic and diverse information needs of people living in Western Pennsylvania. The Library is an important community anchor that provides universal access to literature, culture, art, music, history, business and technology.

Editor's Note:

Loysen + Associates became Loysen + Kreuthmeier in 2003. Loysen + Kreuthmeier is the architect-of-record for renovations to Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Brookline.

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