library space planning tool

A Modern tool for today's libraries

There are planning tools that currently exist. We have found that they are outdated and do not reflect the realities of a 21st Century library.

A Modern tool for today's libraries

There are planning tools that currently exist. We have found that they are outdated and do not reflect the realities of a 21st Century library.

a comparison of standards

In an effort to assist libraries with identifying their specific programmatic space needs our team of experts have developed a library planning tool to provide a structured comparison to national and state standards. This gives each library an idea of what your space needs really are.

a comparison of standards

In an effort to assist libraries with identifying their specific programmatic space needs our team of experts have developed a library planning tool to provide a structured comparison to national and state standards. This gives each library an idea of what your space needs really are.

designed by experts

This programming tool is not a replacement for engaging a professional library planner, but will provide a realistic space needs summary, based upon service population, collection, technology, specialty spaces, seating and programming.

designed by experts

This programming tool is not a replacement for engaging a professional library planner, but will provide a realistic space needs summary, based upon service population, collection, technology, specialty spaces, seating and programming.

The first step

This program is a free service to help cash conscious libraries address their planning needs.  An FEH team member will walk you though the information and provide you with a document that will jump start your planning efforts. 

PRO TIP: Prepare to have your current collection and demographic information ready for this virtual or in person meeting.

Our goal is to help libraries achieve their goals of updating their space needs plans without investing thousands of dollars.  We understand the struggles they face budget wise and giving them this vital information is one step in helping library boards invest their money where it really matters.

Kevin Eipperle, AIA, LEED APArchitect and Library Planner

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Contact Our Library Planner Today!