Bausch and Lomb Library is a five story, 100,000 square foot, granite and limestone clad facility designed to meet the community's
growing demand for library services and better incorporate new computer based information resources. The facility is linked to the
existing Rundel Memorial Library Building through a lower level walk way.
As senior project architect, I was responsible for coordinating with the design architect, other consultants and in-house staff
to produce the design and construction documents for the new library building. Early use of computer generated, 3D, modeling and
rendering techniques helped to establish important aesthetic details.