Takoma Park Maryland Library, Computer Center, and Community Center to Undergo Major Remodel/Expansion This Fall; City Looking for Moving Vendor (Video Rendering Included)

The Library, Computer Center, and Community Center will undergo a major remodel and expansion project in Fall 2022 (video rendering available below). In preparation for the project, staff housed in the Library and Computer Center must be removed from the building no later than August 31,2022. Staff in the Recreation Department offices and game room must be removed from the building by approximately January or February of 2023. A definitive date will be provided no later than 1 month prior to the actual move date. Staff and building contents from the Library and Recreation Department will be moving to a space at 7505 New Hampshire Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912.

The Takoma Park Maryland Library (Library) and Computer Center are housed in the Takoma Park Community Center building. The campus address is 101 Philadelphia Avenue Takoma Park, MD 20912. The Library is connected to the Community Center building by an indoor walkway. The Library and Computer Center occupy a single story and approximately 12,000 square feet. The Recreation Department is adjacent to the Computer Center at 7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912 and is approximately 2200 square feet.

The City of Takoma Park is looking for a Moving Vendor (Vendor) with experience in packing and moving libraries and offices. The Vendor will be responsible for packing and moving the contents of the Takoma Park Maryland Library, Computer Center, Recreation Department offices and designated rooms and storage areas in the Community Center. Items to be packed and moved are the library collections, files, computers, shelving and miscellaneous furniture and equipment.

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