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Hard hat tour of CLP-Knoxville will show public the renovations

 


With just a few months remaining until the Carnegie Library of PittsburghKnoxville reopens to the public, a preview for community members to tour the building and view the renovation progress.

Area residents will have the opportunity on Tuesday, May 3 at 2 p.m. to speak with the project architect GBBN Architects, Mary Frances Cooper, president and director of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Ron Graziano, facilities director, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

The Knoxville library’s $3.25 million investment serves as the first modification to the original building since it opened in 1967. Improvements will ensure the building meets 21st century technology standards, is energy-efficient, provides space for community meetings and most importantly, supports expanded programming for children, teens and adults.

CLP – Knoxville is being built to LEED standards and will be fully accessible in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

 

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