Carnegie Library on Mount Washington to Receive a Major Facelift

May 31, 2018

Pittsburgh, Pa : Elagin Architecture Inc of Pittsburgh is currently in schematic design for a $3.9 million renovation to the Mount Washington branch of the Carnegie Library system.

The work will include replacement of the slate roof, relining copper gutters and installing energy-efficient lighting, both inside and out. The goal is to make the two-story building fully accessible for people with disabilities. Also new heating, electrical and plumbing systems will be added. Renovation of the 6,000-square-foot building will create 2,500 square feet of additional activity and meeting space for children and adults.

Bidding is expected by mid to late second of 2019 .

To track the progress, please refer to our Project ID# 2018-0C01 .