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Meet the Four Finalist Architectural Firms

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The Board of Trustees and the staff of the John Jermain Memorial Library invite the public to a series of presentations with the four architectural firms currently under consideration for the One Library/Two Building plan. These events will take place in the library’s third floor rotunda and are scheduled as follows:

  • Saturday, May 3rd, 10:00 a.m. : Croxton Collaborative
  • Saturday, May 3rd, 1:00 p.m. : Farewell Mills Gatsch (FMG)
  • Monday, May 5th, 2:00 p.m. : Herbert S. Newman and Partners
  • Monday, May 5th, 5:00 p.m. : Drummey Rosane Anderson (DRA)

Each session will consist of a presentation by the firm, and an open question-and-answer session with the public, followed by a period for the Board to question the firms. The public portions of these events will run approximately an hour and a half and will be videotaped and made available for anyone not able to attend. Proposals from each of these firms are available in the Library Director’s office. Please stop by to view them, and please share your thoughts and dreams for the future of your library. For additional information  call Catherine Creedon at 631 725.0049 extension 23.

3 thoughts on “Meet the Four Finalist Architectural Firms

  1. Would it be possible to make the library’s request for proposals (RFP) available on this site so we can understand what the architects are responding to a bit more clearly? Or perhaps I am missing it?

  2. Hello Stephen,
    Thanks for the feedback–The CLC report is posted on our web page– sagharbor@suffolk.lib.ny.us — look on the lower right hand corner for the link.

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