Riviera Beach Library News
Anne Arundel Public Library CEO Skip Auld was joined by a County Executive Steuart Pittman, House Minority Leader Nic Kipke and others Friday to break ground on the $15.9 million Riviera Beach Library in Pasadena.
The 20,000-square-foot building will double the size of the old facility at 1130 Duvall Highway. It is expected to open in summer 2022, several years behind schedule.
About the New Riviera Beach Library
The Riviera Beach Library will be replaced with a new 20,000 square foot library on the current site. Grimm + Parker, the architects hired for design, have a wonderful track record of creating imaginative, inspiring libraries for the 21st century. Most recently, they completed the Laurel Library in 2016. They also designed the Crofton Library in 2002, which has stood the test of time with a classic, airy feel.
The construction contract for this project has been awarded to Tech Contracting Company. They also built the Crofton Library.
The construction inspection contract ("CMI") has been awarded to Development Facilitators Inc. (DFI).
The projected opening for the new library is Summer 2022.
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