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The Lawrence Public Library in Kansas features a new façade combining a terra cotta rainscreen and low-e glass.


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The Lawrence Public Library in Kansas features a new façade combining a terra cotta rainscreen and low-e glass.

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Library Renovation Uses SOLARBAN 70XL By PPG

The Lawrence Public Library in Kansas features a new façade combining a terra cotta rainscreen and low-e glass.

Storage Solutions For Libraries 

With massive budget cuts leading to branch closures and limiting services, libraries are re-inventing themselves to become digital literacy portals and interactive teaching spaces.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Air Conditioning Systems For Libraries

Libraries are very specialized environments, as all facility managers know. So when it comes time to replace an aging air conditioning system, facility managers in these environments benefit from various sources of input.

Earth Week At U of Nevada, Reno

Facilities staff call attention to recycling with a giant "N" made of plastic water bottles.

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