Main library opens in Lincoln, Calif.

November 01, 2007 |

Construction has come to a close on the Lincoln Public Library at Twelve Bridges, a 39,300-sf facility that will serve as the new main library for the City of Lincoln, Calif. Designed by San Diego-based NTD Architecture as part of the Twelve Bridges Learning Center master plan, the facility includes designated areas for adults, young adults, children, and periodicals, as well as a computer lab, a homework center, media and reference areas, group study areas, and a community room. McCarthy Building Cos., St. Louis, served as the construction manager and Brown Construction, West Sacramento, Calif., was the general contractor.

 

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