BSA Lifestructures

Logan Library Renovation

The Logan Library welcomes students with new study spaces designed for modern learning. The library supports a collaborative educational experience by providing open spaces for group and individual study. With librarians, databases, and books at their disposal, students have everything they need for productive learning.

Infrastructure upgrades for the original building (built in 1970) included the addition of several electrical outlets that allow students to conveniently “plug- in” almost anywhere. The main floor houses study spaces, while books are on the floor above. The Digital Resource Center, which provides software support, custom video editing, and interactive flash projects, is located at the back of the main floor. The front of the library houses a new café with evening hours for late-night study sessions and student gatherings.

Project Statistics

  • Client Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  • Location Terre Haute, Indiana
  • Size 15,876 SF
  • Year Completed 2010
  • Service Provided Architecture & Engineering