Central Library Renovation

Past Present and Future: The Tulsa City-County Library
from Ryan Siemers on Vimeo.

Architect Renderings

Gift Shop

 

Click on the  present to the left to visit the Library Gift Shop.
A portion of the proceeds from purchases made through
the gift shop will benefit Tulsa City-County Library’s
campaign to renovate the Central Library.

 

Making Way for Study Rooms

In the photo, workmen are shown removing the surface of the Central Library's second floor balcony.  On the balcony's east and west sides, eight small study group rooms will be constructed.

Saving Water

In the photo are two 5,700 gallon tanks that will collect and store rainwater to suppliment the water needed for the Central Library's irrigation system.

Saying Goodbye

On the afternoon of February 24, Library Commissioners, County Commissioners, Tulsa Library Trust members, donors and friends gathered to say goodbye to the last remaining sign of the old Central Library.  Within seconds after the signal was given by Library CEO Gary Shaffer, the Central Library sign at the corner of 5th Street and Denver was brought down.  See the complete demolition in the attached video.

Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation Education and Ideation Center

Education and Ideation Center

The renovated Central Library will feature the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation Education and Ideation Center, a place where children and teens learn as well as engage and create. This will be a center for ideation where young minds will be cultivated and adult educators will come together to help solve the unique challenges they are experiencing in their classrooms, schools and districts.

Pardon Us While We Turn The Page To Our Future

A new Tulsa Central Library Renewed sign has been placed on Denver at 5th Street to inform the public that renovation of the Central Library is underway.  It includes a beautiful architectural rendering depicting the main entrance to the library and the new parking garage as they will be seen from 5th Street.

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