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Flexible library design to serve diverse community needs

No longer merely repositories of knowledge, libraries today play a central role in their communities, serving arguably the most diverse cross section of patrons within it. Offering opportunities for learning, collaboration, technology connection and civic engagement, libraries are increasingly becoming places to use and process information rather than store it. The information collection is still a defining feature of the library, but EUA understands that community members are experiencing their libraries in different ways. Our library planners draw upon the firms’ broad and deep experience in various markets in addition to the findings of our dedicated library research team, collecting new and innovative ideas.

EUA regularly designs libraries in our K-12 and Higher Education learning environments.

*Denotes project completed by EUA employees prior to Denver office acquisition

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Heather Turner Loth
Business Development Practice Leader : Associate
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  • Alta Branch Library*
  • Alverno College Library
  • Big Piney Library*
  • Chadron Library*
  • Columbine Library*
  • Compbell County Library
  • Delta County Library*
  • East Branch Library*
  • Edgewater Library*
  • Elizabeth Branch Library*
  • Finney Library (Analysis)
  • Fort Warren Branch Library*
  • Franklin Public Library
  • Gilbert M. Simmons Library
  • Glenwood Springs Library*
  • Granby Branch Library
  • Green Valley Ranch Branch Library*
  • High Prairie Branch Library*
  • Library 21C*
  • Mancos Library*
  • Menomonee Falls Public Library
  • Parker Library*
  • Penrose Branch Library*
  • Pine River Library*
  • Sand Creek Branch Library*
  • Sheridan Public Library
  • Teton County Library*
  • The Community Library*