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Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library

 

This downtown Pueblo, Colorado project incorporates the reinforced concrete frame structure of the former library into a steel and exposed architectural concrete building.  Structural challenges included a 3-story bridge that spans Bates Lane, cantilevered monumental stairs, and the wafer thin cantilevered 45-ft trellis at the south end of the building.

 

Project Type

Libraries

Date

2003

Location

Pueblo, Colorado

Architect

Antoine Predock Architect, Anderson Mason Dale

Contractor

HW Houston Construction

Owner/Developer

City of Pueblo

Cost

$18 million

Region

Colorado Front Range - Central/South

Project Delivery Type

Design/Bid/Build

Services Provided

Structural EngineeringSteel Detailing

Materials 

Architectural ConcreteSteel, Concrete – Post-tensioned

Features 

3-story bridge, Long span cantilevered stairs, 45' cantilevered trellis, Post-tensioned concrete cantilever at building corner.


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