Mission Branch Library Renovation

A Refreshed Building for a Thriving Neighborhood in Santa Clara

Built in 1955, and only minimally renovated since then, the Santa Clara Mission Branch Library was in serious need of a complete remodel. Working collaboratively with library staff and patrons, Noll & Tam’s design creates a light and bright modern space. In the middle of a beautiful park, the library is a place where neighbors can interact, exchange information, and have a real sense of community.

Details and Team

Project Details

SANTA CLARA, CA

LOCATION

8,400 SF

SIZE

$4.2M

CONSTRUCTION COST

COMPLETED

STATUS
Team

Hohbach-Lewin, Inc.

STRUCTURAL/CIVIL

Gayner Engineers

MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL/PLUMBING

BFS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

LANDSCAPE

CHARLES M SALTER ASSOCIATES

AUDIOVISUAL/TELECOM

Minuscule Lighting Design

LIGHTING

MACK5

COST ESTIMATING

ETHAN KAPLAN

PHOTOGRAPHER
Team

Hohbach-Lewin, Inc.

STRUCTURAL/CIVIL

Gayner Engineers

MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL/PLUMBING

BFS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

LANDSCAPE

CHARLES M SALTER ASSOCIATES

AUDIOVISUAL/TELECOM

Minuscule Lighting Design

LIGHTING

MACK5

COST ESTIMATING

ETHAN KAPLAN

PHOTOGRAPHER
Project Details

SANTA CLARA, CA

LOCATION

8,400 SF

SIZE

$4.2M

CONSTRUCTION COST

COMPLETED

STATUS

Built in 1955, and only minimally renovated since then, the Santa Clara Mission Branch Library was in serious need of a complete remodel. Working collaboratively with library staff and patrons, Noll & Tam’s design creates a light and bright modern space. In the middle of a beautiful park, the library is a place where neighbors can interact, exchange information, and have a real sense of community.