Cache Creek & Logan Lake Library Projects

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) celebrated the grand opening of its Cache Creek Library in June 2013, with a ceremony open to the public.


About This Project

The nearly 1,700-square-foot Cache Creek Library was built as part of a $1.2-million joint project that also included building a new library in Logan Lake using a single design and build contract. Both buildings were designed by architect Kevin Ryan of BlueGreen Architecture and built by Silver Spur Construction Ltd.

The Logan Lake Library will be a two storey building of approximately 2,600 square feet, built on a sloping rearward lot that will have a daylight basement. There will be access from the bottom and the top of this property from two different streets.

The Cache Creek Library features Hardieplank siding, timber posts and beams, and includes such distinctive features as vaulted ceilings and skylights, which will provide more natural light for library patrons. There will also be added computer work stations and more room for parking.

Cache Creek Mayor John Ranta had high praise for all the hard work that went into building the new library and echoed Murray’s statement about the value of libraries to a community: “Literacy is one of the most important factors in determining a person’s success in life, and libraries play an important role developing this skill. This new library provides a beautiful gathering place for residents to learn and develop an appreciation for books.”

More Information Online

For more information on this project, visit:
http://www.tnrdlib.ca/

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