Agawam Public Library
Athol Public Library, Athol, MA Role: General Contractor
D.A. Sullivan & Sons, Inc. was the general contractor for this $6.8 million dollar project. The work of this
project included the expansion and renovation to the historic 1915 masonry library building, originally
funded by Andrew Carnegie. Removal of the previous steel framed addition was included. The addition is
masonry veneer on steel frame. The work also included site work, selective demolition, general
construction, renovation work, coordination with work under separate contracts, and considerable
temporary facilities and controls to protect the existing building.
The library is targeting LEED Platinum certification and would be the first historic library to achieve this
Holyoke Public Library, Holyoke, MA Role: Owner's Project Manager
D.A. Sullivan & Sons, Inc. was the acting OPM for the renovation and expansion
(to 36,140 sf) to the existing library. The goal of the $14.5 million dollar project was
to retain the character of the existing building and accommodate the community needs
for at least the next twenty years.
Huntington Public Library
M.N. Spear Memorial Library
South Hadley Public Library, South Hadley, MA Role: Owner's Project Manager
D.A. Sullivan & Sons, Inc. was the Owner's Project Manager for this $11.2 million dollar project.
The new South Hadley Public Library has moved to Main Street, overlooking the Connecticut River, the
Holyoke Dam and America’s first navigable canal. The new library is designed to recall South Hadley's
heritage as a mill town, combining traditional mill architecture with modern library design while
reconnectingthe community to the river.
The new library is a two story, masonry and steel building with larger windows facing south towards the
falls and river. The first floor houses the meeting facilities, circulation desk and work spaces, new books
and audio visual collections, the Children's Library and storytime room. The upper floor is home to Adults,
Teens, and Local History collections.
The building is organized to provide an easy to use facility for both patrons and staff. Vertical and
horizontal circulation patterns intersect at the center of the floor plan, with a focus on natural way
finding so that staff can spend more time providing library services.
Staff and administrative spaces are consolidated so that staff can cooperate and support one another.
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