Seguin Library Wins Building Award
Thursday, April 06, 2017
The Seguin Public Library turned another page in its latest chapter with some recognition for the new facility.
The newly constructed building was selected as the winner of TEXO’s Distinguished Building Award for projects between $10 million and $30 million. According to a city news release, a $14.8 million taxpayer approved bond was used to build the new facility along with an additional $2 million from the city’s CPS Energy Agreement.
“It’s no surprise to us that our gorgeous, one-of-a-kind Seguin Public Library is receiving these kinds of accolades. It is without a doubt a masterpiece of architecture and construction,” said Library Director Jacki Gross.
According to its website, TEXO is the largest commercial contractors association in Texas and is named after the Latin word which translation is “to build, to construct, and to weave.” READ MORE...