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BISHOP’S UNIVERSITY – LIBRARY
Client : Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke
Realized by: EMBLM | ESTRIE & EMBLM | MONTRÉAL
Architect : Éric Pelletier, Architectes Lemay & Associés S.N.E.C.
The former John Bassett Memorial Library, built in 1959 with a capacity of 1,500 students, has become the new Library Learning Commons for Educational Resources that can now accommodate more than 3,500 students from Bishop’s University and Champlain Regional College who use this infrastructure.
« The new Library Learning Commons is a tangible demonstration of Bishop’s commitment to academic excellence. It is an outstanding resource for learning, teaching and research, through which our students can unleash their curiosity, creativity and innovation, » said Bishop’s University Principal Michael Goldbloom, C.M.
This project benefited from the expertise and services of two of the EMBLM sites, namely the Montréal and Sherbrooke offices. The customer has had access to a large number of brands and the unequaled service of the EMBLM teams present throughout Quebec.
A stimulating learning environment
The new library learning commons offer students a stimulating living environment and multiple venues for collaboration and learning.