WHERE TRADITION MEETS INNOVATION
Design-Bid-Build, Municipal

Lilburn City Hall and Library Complex: Lilburn, Georgia

Gwinnett County and the City of Lilburn collaborated to replace two aging facilities with a new 47,213 SF library and city hall complex. This two-story building is owned and operated by both government entities with partial funding coming from the County’s SPLOST program. The City is using this project to “set the tone” for the new downtown area that is under development.
The new 24,000 SF City Hall has administrative offices, a large meeting room, work stations, conference room, and council chambers. The library consists of 18,000 SF and doubles in size of the original library. The two separate wings of City Hall and the Library are joined together by 5,000 SF of community and support space.
The project was constructed using sustainable techniques and is seeking LEED certification.