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July 11, 2017

Danville Public Library Has Seen the Light!

July 11, 2017 · · Libraries · 0 Comments

Did you know that the amount of solar energy that hits our planet each hour is enough to provide the energy needs of Earth’s entire population for an entire year? It’s true! Odle McGuire Shook was the lead architect to expand and renovate the Danville Public Library. The library board also invested in roof top.

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Ask OMS: Third Place

April 10, 2015 · · Ask OMS, Interior Design, Libraries · 0 Comments

For this week’s Ask OMS, we have the definition of the concept of a “third place”. As a reminder, the purpose of Ask OMS is for you to post your questions related to architecture, and then we’ll provide the answers. Please send us your questions. A “third place” is a location or destination people prefer.

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Abandoned Wal-Mart Becomes Award Winning Library

March 6, 2015 · · Interior Design, Libraries, News · 0 Comments

A public library in the town of McAllen, Texas was part of a renovation project. But this wasn’t just any renovation project—it is one of the most interesting re-use projects we have ever seen. After the local Wal-Mart relocated in the town, the 123,000 square-foot, big-box abandoned building was used to house a new public library.

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OMS Client, Rushville Public Library, Receives a $15,000 Planning Grant

May 20, 2013 · · Client Projects · 0 Comments

OMS congratulates its client, Rushville Public Library, for the $15,000 planning grant it recently received.  Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann awarded this grant to the City of Rushville for a public library feasibility study through the state’s Office of Community and Rural Affairs. OMS has a long history with the Rushville Public Library.  In 1928 the.

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