Mellot Memorial Library

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Institutional Construction
in Bellaire, OH

Among the features of the new building are an atrium with a pop-up roof. The pop-up roof allows indirect sunlight to enter the building and provide natural light for the 1st and 2nd floors in the new building. The flooring in the areas that receive heavy use are made of Vermont slate. The wood throughout the new and remodeled building is natural oak.

The glass areas around the atrium on the second floor and in the new stairways is a durable glass and is modeled after the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. This 20,000 square foot facility was completed in 1999.

Project Info

Client:
City of Bellaire

Architect:
Hooker & Associates

Project Manager:
John A. Humpe, III

Project Superintendent:
Dave Barbarossa