Columbus Metropolitan Library’s (CML) Board of Trustees today unanimously approved the selection of NBBJ as the architect for the design of CML’s new Dublin Branch. The library’s aspirational building program includes 10 projects to be completed by 2020. Construction on the new Dublin Branch is expected to begin in 2015.
The current Dublin Branch, located at 75 N. High St., was constructed in 1980 and is 20,147 square feet. When completed, the new building is expected to have more than 42,000 square feet of space.
NBBJ also serves as architect for the design of CML’s new Driving Park Branch, which broke ground on July 30, 2013. Additionally in progress is the construction of CML’s new Whitehall Branch, which broke ground on Sept. 10, 2013.
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