A library renovation and addition project, Mary Riley Styles Library is a LEED Silver certified project featuring a two-story, 6,849-square-foot addition that brings the total size of the facility to 25,727-square-feet. Improvements include a new entrance on the corner of Park and Virginia avenues, dedicated youth sections on the lower level, consolidated adult collection on the main floor, expanded conference rooms, an enhanced Falls Church History Room, accessibility upgrades, and completely updated interiors throughout. Centennial worked closely with the client and the architect to successfully complete this new state of the art library.
From fire stations and libraries to parks and boat launches, Centennial excels at understanding and meeting the needs of both local and state governments. With experience in working with more than 300 governmental agencies in our history, there is almost no project type that we have not performed. Our previous experience includes design-build, new construction, and renovation projects of all sizes. Because this work reaches into the heart of the communities in which our employees work and live, we take great pride in each of our successes and always bring our best to every project.
We are also conscious of the budget constrictions often placed on municipalities, so we work collaboratively with our clients to find cost savings and valued added ideas. Our approach is to apply our program management systems which provide for cost accountability and transparency throughout the life of the project, often required when working for government entities.
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