Houston County Centerville Library
Warner Robins, Georgia
The Houston County Centerville Library is a landmark building located in Centerville, Georgia. This 15,000 square-foot building, with its traditional architecture, is an asset to the Houston County Library Board, and enhances the lives of the patrons and the community where it is located. Situated on a beautifully landscaped site at a major intersection, it is one of the focal points of the area.
This building is constructed using a concrete foundation, wood frame walls integrated with a structural steel frame and pre-engineered wood roof trusses. The exterior of the building features masonry veneer with cement stucco accents. In addition, it includes a roof that is a combination of architectural style shingles and a standing seam architectural metal roof system. The exterior of the building also includes round columns that support the front entry of the structure.
As you enter the facility, you immediately notice the quality of the construction. The lobby features ceramic tile flooring, heavy architectural moldings and high painted ceilings. The facility also includes a large meeting/conference room, circulation area with a circulation desk, children’s library with a storytelling area and main library space. In addition to these spaces there is also space for nonfiction and fiction books as well as periodicals, young adult and other areas for reading.
This facility also includes all of the necessary support administrative areas, a data/telephone room, men’s and women’s restrooms, storage closets and additional storage upstairs in a completed loft area. In addition to the upgraded architectural features, the facility includes a fully automated dehumidification system, state-of-the-art technology, audio-video areas and internet access.