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Fayetteville Public Library (FPL) is planning to undertake the expansion of a library in Arkansas, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 7,432m2 library on 1.69ha of land. It includes the construction of a 750-seat auditorium, video editing bays, music recording studios, parking and other related facilities.
MSR Architecture, Interiors and Urban Design has been appointed as architect for the project.
In July 2013, FPL acquired the project site from Washington Regional Medical Center.
In June 2014, Fayetteville library board approved the expansion plans.
In September 2014, FPL initiated public input sessions to determine the best possible options to develop the project and concluded the 2014 public meetings.
In August 2016, Voters approved a millage tax increase that would secure up to US$26.5 million in principal amount of bonds to finance capital improvements to the project.
Washington Regional Medical Center (WRMC) has appealed to the Arkansas Supreme Court about the sale agreement. The Supreme Court is in the process of making decision.
On May 11, 2017, Request for Qualification (RFQ) has been issues for Construction manager services. The deadline for submitting the proposals is expected to be on June 21, 2017.
Planning activities are underway. Construction is expected to complete by the fourth quarter of 2020.
The project involves the construction of a 7,432m2 library on 1.69ha of land in Arkansas, the US.