Hamilton County Public Library’s St. Bernard branch never had a building to call its own. After a long history of sharing space in various municipal buildings, the St. Bernard branch was ready to have a dedicated and innovative facility.
Teaming again with Champlin Architecture, Bayer Becker provided site design services for the city of St. Bernard’s new 8,000 square foot public library at the intersection of McClelland Avenue and Vine Street. Design services for the project were provided for both the building and necessary parking and loading areas. Utilities for the new location were designed to connect to surrounding, existing utilities. The new facility features a larger collection of material, more computers and a meeting room.