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Architect Selected For Upcoming W. W. Hagerty Renovation Design

Philadelphia based architecture firm, Kling Stubbins was awarded the contract to design the upcoming renovation of W. W. Hagerty Library. On November 9th, they began work with Drexel facilities and library staff on the new design. Individuals from Kling Stubbins have begun to observe the use of the library and will gather feedback from staff, Drexel students and other stakeholders in library learning environments.

The design for the renovation is expected to be completed in the spring. Stay tuned for ways that you can participate in the feedback process.

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