Princeton Theological Seminary – Library Addition & Renovations

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Princeton Theological Seminary — Library Addition and Renovations, Princeton, NJ

The library features seminar rooms, reading rooms, space for lectures and recitals, expanded exhibit space, a cafe, and an information technology center. The information technology center supports systems for the library’s digital collections and resources for Special Collections, including facilities for preservation and repair of rare books and manuscripts.

FACTS

Size: 104,000 square feet
Schedule: 24 months
Contract Type: Construction Manager-at-Risk
Owner: Princeton Theological Seminar
Architect: EYP Architecture & Engineering and Ewing Cole

PROJECT DETAILS

Extensive site utility and relocation work was required prior to the commencement of construction.

The Princeton Theological Seminary holds one of the world’s most important and respected collections - said to be second only to that of the Vatican.

The library provides storage and open access for more than one million volumes including “guest” collection that other libraries cannot safely house in their own facilities.

An architecturally integrated design flow leads to the North Wing Library that was also renovated.

Princeton Theological Seminary – Library Addition & Renovations

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