Ribbon Cutting: Brownsburg Public Library
The recently completed project included updated technologies, lighting, mechanical systems, new flexible furniture, more varied spaces for patron’s choosing, and new views to the exterior. The massive new windows that now frame the building’s entrance were only made possible with thoughtful resources. The costly heat that would typically be produced by windows like this, was addressed through triple-pane glazing. That technology reduces solar glare without compromising visible light transmittance. It will allow the library save on long-term energy costs through natural lighting and reduced conditioning for years to come. All these details matter when it comes to functionality & the bottom line.