The Woodside Branch Library Feasibility Study was initiated by the Oakville Public Library in 1992. The purpose of the Study was to review renovation and addition design options to accommodate:
- an increase in the areas population
- allow for possible site redevelopment and reconfiguration of the existing Library property
- allow for better public access (existing building is two floors), an increase in collection size and efficient staffing and public servicing.
The Study included a detailed capital cost analysis based on schematic designs.
Client: Oakville Public Library
Completion Date: 1993
Architects: Eric Connolly Architect with Montgomery and Sisam Architects
Project Team: Eric Connolly, Dan Chalykoff, Terry Montgomery
Consultants: James F. Vermeulen (Cost Consultant)
D.R. Dyck Associates (Structural)
Thomas A. Fekete Ltd. (Mechanical and Electrical)
Site: An existing library site in suburban Oakville on a major arterial The site is distinguished by a landscaped "front yard".
To provide additions and alterations to maximize public services on the Ground Floor
Cost of Study: $12,000. (1993)