The new 45,000 square foot Bullitt County Library has officially opened to the public September 17, 2022. As the result of a growing community, the new library location serves as a replacement to it’s smaller downtown location. The new location will serve both Bullitt and Jefferson County residents.
The project has received an “Award of Merit” from the Kentucky Chapter of the Associated Builder and Contractors for its design.
The building features multiple sustainable initiatives including a geothermal water source heat pump system, a 40,000 square foot solar array and an optimized battery storage system to maintain steady power to the facility as needed.
The library is also a host to many advanced spaces including a “maker lab” with a 3D printer, four garden rooms and a hold locker for residents to pick up reserved items after hours.
Shrout Tate Wilson is proud to be a part of this innovative project that will serve the Bullitt and Jefferson counties for years to come!
The full article was posted on September 28, 2022 by the Courier Journal and can be found here.