||Tour of the New Frank P. Doyle Library - Santa Rosa Jr. College Campus
SANTA ROSA, CA November 9, 2006 Resource and Design was proud to co-sponsor the N. California Chapter of the IIDA's Frank P. Doyle library tour. The facility tour was both educational and interactive allowing the attendees to ask questions throughout the presentation.
The evening began with a reception followed by a welcome note from the college Dean of Learning & Educational Technology and the feature presentation tour with TLCD Architects. The event was well attended by association members, designers, project vendors, and aspiring design students interested in learning more about this exciting, state-of-the-art facility.
The Frank P. Doyle Library is a Green building and great care has been taken to make the library building energy efficient and environmentally friendly. The beautiful facility's color scheme reflects the colors of Sonoma County's natural environment and was implemented throughout the design. The new 145,000 square feet library was designed to serve a maximum student population of 15,000. This state-of-the-art library features teaching classrooms for campus use, student seating and service areas, staff work space, book, periodical and media collections, multimedia technologies and wireless technology throughout the facility. A coffee bar and an expanded SRJC art gallery are also housed in the new library.
Resource and Design is proud to have taken part in this exciting project and to continue working with the SRJC for the past 8 years!