Modern Library Planning in New Jersey Tag

Higher Education Once Again for BCI Modern Library Furniture

Posted by Tracy Lenok in News

BCI is Back to School…Hudson County Community College

BCI Modern Library Furniture was spotted at Hudson County Community College’s new library building located on the Jersey City campus.   This new library covers 33,500 square feet and uses the first two floors of the building, with a third floor smart classroom.  The library offers increased internet and word processing services, rooms for quiet and study groups, a mediation/prayer room, as well as new PC’s and Macs.  The new library furniture was purchased off the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission (MRESC) contract.

Project:  Hudson County Community College

Location:  Jersey City, NJ

Products:  Ordrup Magazine Display, INFORM Desk, Gotland Plus Book Trolley, Quattro Display Tower, Double-face Opal Shelving with glass end panels

Dealer:  Longo Associates, Inc.

Architect:  NK Architects

Click here to read more about the grand opening of the new library building

Click here to read more about Hudson County Community College Foundations 17th Annual Holiday Extravaganza where Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, was honored for being instrumental in supporting the College’s expansion

To read more in the Fall 2014 NJLA College and University Section/ACRL-NJ Chapter Newsletter, click here

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To learn more about MRESC click here

26 Feb 2015 no comments / READ MORE

Another New Jersey Middle School Library for BCI

Posted by Tracy Lenok in News

Thomas E. Harrington Middle School Names BCI Modern Library Furniture for Upgrades

Ordrup Magazine Display Furniture

The Thomas E. Harrington Middle School, located in Mount Laurel, NJ is home to grades 7 and 8 with 1,056 students. While libraries are transforming rapidly, the need to update is becoming more of a priority.  Students need to be able to navigate the library easily in search of the resources they require in both print and non-print.  That’s where BCI Modern Library Furniture comes in.  With its acrylic doors, the Ordrup Magazine Display is designed to be a showcase for magazines, as well as depository for past issues.  It comes in a variety of sizes and colors to meet the decor of any library.

Project:  Thomas E. Harrington Middle School

Location:  Mount Laurel, NJ

Products:  Ordrup Magazine Display

BCI Dealer:  SP Resources – http://spresourcesllc.com

To view a YouTube video on the Ordrup Magazine Display, click here

Click here to download our brochure on Ordrup Displays

Click here to download our complete BCI Modern Library Furniture catalog

Contact us today to discuss how BCI can help you imagine a new modern library

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19 Feb 2015 no comments / READ MORE

Modern Library Planning and Design Services from BCI

Posted by admin in Company

Designing a library and need planning assistance? Or do you have a library project and are looking to create a modern media center and with high quality, unique furniture? Take a look (and download at your leisure) the presentation material above to discover that BCI is the manufacturer of library furniture you have been searching for with our sleek furniture design features, use of building materials like perforated steel and frosted glass and creative design services.

BCI Eurobib’s library design service is available to architects, interior designers and library directors of both public library systems and university libraries. If you do not want to formally meet with one of our consultants you can always EMAIL floor plans for a free evaluation and library planning suggestions. Our consultants will provide their expertise to advise on library furniture interiors, space planning ideas, and adherence to shelving & equipment budgets.

19 Sep 2011 no comments / READ MORE

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