Teton County Library
The new expansion to the Teton Public Library is intended to serve the 1000+ visitors the library receives daily. This is a major renovation and addition to the existing library. The addition is 11,000 square feet to an existing 23,400 square foot library facility, and the construction budget is $8.5 million. The Teton County Library has a long history in Jackson Hole and is an integral part of this tight-knit community. The remodel and addition pays tribute the original building but has an modernized aesthetic, increased functionality, and expanded use. The new central gathering space joins the existing building with the new youth services wing. Library features copious amounts of natural light and large window providing views to most spaces. Community input was a part of this design process.
The new expansion to the Teton Public Library is intended to serve the 1000+ visitors the library receives daily. The addition received LEED Gold Certification (BD&C) with over 40% savings in indoor water consumption, an advanced Measurement & Verification (M&V) program, an on-site renewable energy, and an ongoing sustainable purchasing policy.