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Arverne
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Astoria
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Astoria
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Baisley Park
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Bay Terrace
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Bellerose
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Breezy Point
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Briarwood
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Broad Channel
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Broadway
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Broadway
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Broadway
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Broadway
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Central
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Central
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Corona
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Court Square
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Douglaston
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NYC DDC managed construction of a new public libraryDesign Procurement
Far Rockaway
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Far Rockaway
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Flushing
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Flushing
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Flushing
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Flushing
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Flushing
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Flushing
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Forest Hills
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Forest Hills
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Forest Hills
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Fresh Meadows
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Glen Oaks
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Glendale
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Glendale
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Glendale
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Hillcrest
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Hillcrest
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Hillcrest
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Hillcrest
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Hollis
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Hollis
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Howard Beach
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Howard Beach
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Jackson Heights
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Langston Hughes
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Langston Hughes
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Laurelton
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Laurelton
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Laurelton
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Laurelton
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Lefferts
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Lefrak City
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Lefrak City
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Long Island City
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Long Island City
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Maspeth
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Maspeth
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Maspeth
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Maspeth
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McGoldrick
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McGoldrick
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Middle Village
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Middle Village
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North Forest Park
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North Forest Park
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North Forest Park
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North Hills
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North Hills
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North Hills
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Ozone Park
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Peninsula
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Pomonok
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Pomonok
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Queens Village
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Queens Village
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Queens Village
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Queens Village
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Queens Village
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Queensboro Hill
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Rego Park
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Rego Park
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Richmond Hill
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Richmond Hill
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Ridgewood
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Ridgewood
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Ridgewood
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Rochdale Village
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Rochdale Village
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Rochdale Village
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Rosedale
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Seaside
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Seaside
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Seaside
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Seaside
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South Hollis
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South Ozone Park
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St. Albans
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Steinway
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Steinway
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Steinway
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Sunnyside
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Whitestone
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Windsor Park
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Windsor Park
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Woodhaven
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Woodhaven
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Woodside
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Arverne

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Increase the existing facility by approximately 4,800 square feet

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2024

Total Funding: $7,780,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Donovan Richards, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Arverne

Furnish and equip

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

New furniture, fixtures, and equipment in association with the NYC DDC managed renovation

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2024

Total Funding: $225,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Astoria

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2022

Total Funding: $8,829,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Costa Constantinides

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Astoria

Technology upgrade

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Computer equipment modernization in association with renovating the public library

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2022

Total Funding: $50,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Costa Constantinides

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Baisley Park

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility, capture under-utilized space, and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2023

Total Funding: $9,517,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYS Assembly Member Vivian Cook, NYC Council Member Ruben Wills

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Baisley Park

NYC DDC managed modernization of building equipment

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Installation of new boiler equipment

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2020

Total Funding: $818,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Bay Terrace

Renovation

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility, capture under-utilized space, and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $5,743,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Paul Vallone, NYC Council Queens Delegation,

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Bellerose

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Masonry rehabilitation including replacement and surface treatment of select areas of brick

Estimated Completion: Spring 2020

Total Funding: $1,311,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Breezy Point

Furnish and equip

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Mobile Library

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $984,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Briarwood

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $13,901,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Rory Lancman

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Broad Channel

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Replacement of roof and related drainage devices

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $425,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Broad Channel

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize the outdoor reading area

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $250,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Broad Channel

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $545,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Broadway

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of the roofing system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,002,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Broadway

Furnish and equip

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

New furniture in association with renovating the auditorium, meeting room, and creating the new Cyber Center

Estimated Completion: Spring 2021

Total Funding: $210,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Broadway

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Modernize the auditorium, meeting room, public bathrooms and create a new Cyber Center

Estimated Completion: Spring 2022

Total Funding: $3,300,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Costa Constantinides, NYC Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Broadway

Technology upgrade

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

New security system in association with the NYC DDC managed renovation

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $157,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Queens Council Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Central

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize discrete portions of the facility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $26,546,461

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Daneek Miller, NYS Construction Grant, NYSED Library State Aid

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Central

Technology upgrade

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

New security system in association with the renovation

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $570,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Corona

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Increase the floor area of the facility by approximately 11,000 square feet

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $27,455,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Julissa Ferreras-Copeland

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Court Square

Technology upgrade

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $66,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Douglaston

NYC DDC managed construction of a new public library

Phase: Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

Approximate 12,000 square foot new public library to be constructed on the same site as the existing public library

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2024

Total Funding: $25,643,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio,Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Paul Vallone, NYS Assembly Member Edward Braunstein

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Far Rockaway

Furnish and equip

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

New furniture, fixtures, and equipment in association with the NYC DDC managed construction of a new facility

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2020

Total Funding: $4,583,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Far Rockaway

NYC DDC managed construction of a new public library

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Approximate 18,000 square foot new public library to be constructed on the same site as the existing library

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2020

Total Funding: $49,056,068

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Donovan Richards, NYC Council Queens Delegation, NYS Assembly Member Phillip Goldfeder, NYC Economic Development Corporation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Flushing

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Addition of a second public elevator immediately adjacent to the existing public elevator

Estimated Completion: Summer 2021

Total Funding: $4,687,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz,NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Flushing

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning climate control systems and replacement of window treatments

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,671,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Peter Koo, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Flushing

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,800,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Ron Kim

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Flushing

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

New emergency generator and associated equipment

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,190,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Flushing

Technology upgrade

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $416,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Flushing

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the fire detection and fire notification system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $551,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Forest Hills

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Creation of an outdoor reading space

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $453,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Forest Hills

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of windows, doors, and associated hardware and devices

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $700,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYS Senator Toby Ann Stavisky

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Forest Hills

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Computer equipment modernization in association with renovating the facility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $50,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Forest Hills

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Improvements to select portions of the exterior walkway and courtyard

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $425,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Fresh Meadows

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning climate control systems

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,057,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Glen Oaks

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $187,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Glendale

Furnish and equip

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

New furniture, fixtures, and equipment in association with the renovation

Estimated Completion: Winter 2020

Total Funding: $440,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Elizabeth Crowley

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Glendale

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: Winter 2020

Total Funding: $8,288,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Elizabeth Crowley

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Glendale

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $162,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Hillcrest

NYC DDC managed modernization of building equipment

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replacement of the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2022

Total Funding: $1,005,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Hillcrest

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2022

Total Funding: $1,907,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Hillcrest

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,450,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Rory Lancman

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Hillcrest

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the Children's Area

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $250,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Nily Rozic

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Hollis

Furnish and equip

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

New furniture, fixtures, and equipment in association with the renovation

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $750,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio,

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Hollis

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $9,784,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Barry Grodenchik

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Howard Beach

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of windows, doors, and associated hardware and devices

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $607,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Howard Beach

Technology upgrade

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $98,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Jackson Heights

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize the facility, improve accessibility and increase the floor area by approximately 3,000 square feet

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $29,608,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Langston Hughes

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize discrete portions of exterior masonry

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,116,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Julissa Ferreras-Copeland

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Langston Hughes

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Install a new building information and management system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $150,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Francisco Moya

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Laurelton

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize select portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $11,233,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Donovan Richards

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Laurelton

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: Spring 2021

Total Funding: $2,300,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation, NYS Assembly Member Alicia Hyndman

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Laurelton

Furnish and equip

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

New mobile furniture to support the transport of computers

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $35,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Donovan Richards

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Laurelton

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $97,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Lefferts

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $84,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Lefrak City

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $6,050,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Jeffrion Aubry Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Lefrak City

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Create a new Teen Cyber Center in association with the renovation project

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $106,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Julissa Ferreras-Copeland

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Long Island City

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,057,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Long Island City

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $112,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Maspeth

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning climate control systems

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,000,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Maspeth

Furnish and equip

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

New furniture, fixtures, and equipment

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $36,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Elizabeth Crowley

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Maspeth

Renovation

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,056,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Elizabeth Crowley

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Maspeth

Technology upgrade

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $101,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

McGoldrick

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of the roofing system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,700,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Ron Kim

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

McGoldrick

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $110,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Peter Koo, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Middle Village

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Modernize the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system

Estimated Completion: Winter 2020

Total Funding: $1,120,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Middle Village

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $91,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

North Forest Park

Furnish and equip

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

New furniture, fixtures, and equipment in association with the NYC DDC managed renovation

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $400,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

North Forest Park

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Modernize select portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $3,429,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz,NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

North Forest Park

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Computer equipment modernization in association with renovating the facility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $50,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

North Hills

Technology upgrade

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Installation of self-check equipment

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $500,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Edward Braunstein

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

North Hills

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning climate control systems

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $850,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

North Hills

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $98,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Ozone Park

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: Winter 2021

Total Funding: $1,250,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Peninsula

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $125,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Phillip Goldfeder

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Pomonok

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $100,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Michael Simanowitz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Pomonok

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning climate control systems

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $500,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Queens Village

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Installation of self-check equipment

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $385,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Queens Village

NYC DDC managed modernization of building equipment

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replace select portions of the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system

Estimated Completion: Summer 2022

Total Funding: $1,614,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Queens Village

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: Summer 2022

Total Funding: $937,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Queens Village

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Computer equipment modernization in association with renovating the Queens Village and Windsor Park public libraries

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $200,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Barry Grodenchik

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Queens Village

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $4,400,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Barry Grodenchik, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Queens Village

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $138,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Queensboro Hill

NYC DDC managed modernization of building equipment

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replace select portions of the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,744,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Rego Park

NYC DDC managed construction of a new public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Approximate 18,000 square foot new public library to be constructed on the same site as the existing public library

Estimated Completion: Spring 2024

Total Funding: $38,427,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Rego Park

Technology upgrade

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Computer equipment modernization in association with constructing the new public library

Estimated Completion: Spring 2024

Total Funding: $50,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Richmond Hill

Renovation

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Modernize select portions of the facility, improve accessibility, and upgrade the site

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $8,903,576

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYS Senator Leroy Comrie, NYS Assembly Member Michael Simanowitz, NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich, NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz, NYSED Library State Aid

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Richmond Hill

Technology upgrade

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Computer equipment modernization in association with renovating the facility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $50,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Karen Koslowitz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Ridgewood

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Masonry rehabilitation including replacing select portions of exterior walls and the roof parapet

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2021

Total Funding: $2,302,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Ridgewood

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Computer equipment modernization in association with renovating the facility

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2021

Total Funding: $150,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Elizabeth Crowley

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Ridgewood

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2021

Total Funding: $151,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Rochdale Village

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $250,000

Funding Source: NYS Assembly Member Vivian Cook

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Rochdale Village

NYC DDC managed modernization of building equipment

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replace select portions of the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning climate control systems

Estimated Completion: Summer 2022

Total Funding: $2,075,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Ruben Wills, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Rochdale Village

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $100,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Rosedale

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Increase the floor area of the facility by approximately 3,500 square feet

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $13,413,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Seaside

NYC DDC managed modernization of building equipment

Phase: In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Replace select portions of the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system

Estimated Completion: Autumn 2022

Total Funding: $926,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Seaside

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $1,691,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Stacey Amato

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Seaside

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Replacement of the windows, doors, and related hardware and devices

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $891,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Seaside

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization of the security system

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $72,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

South Hollis

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $8,750,000

Funding Source: Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Daneek Miller

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

South Ozone Park

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Replacement of the roof system

Estimated Completion: Winter 2020

Total Funding: $579,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

St. Albans

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $2,578,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Daneek Miller, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Steinway

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Modernize discrete portions of the facility and improve accessibility

Estimated Completion: Summer 2020

Total Funding: $8,218,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Costa Constantinides, Aravella Simotas

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Steinway

Technology upgrade

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $75,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Costa Constantinides

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Steinway

Building systems and equipment upgrade

Phase: On Hold

If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Installation of roof top solar voltaic panels

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $150,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Costa Constantinides

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Sunnyside

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Improved accessibility of the main entrance

Estimated Completion: Winter 2019

Total Funding: $320,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Daneek Miller

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $514,516

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $275,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Whitestone

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $100,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Paul Vallone

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Windsor Park

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Re-point and rebuild sections of exterior masonry walls

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $350,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Windsor Park

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Computer equipment modernization in association with renovating the Queens Village and Windsor Park public libraries

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $200,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Barry Grodenchik

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Woodhaven

NYC DDC managed renovation of the public library

Phase: Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

Modernization of select portions of the facility, improved accessibility, and site enhancements

Estimated Completion: Spring 2024

Total Funding: $10,506,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Council Member Elizabeth Crowley, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Woodhaven

Furnish and equip

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

New furniture, fixtures, and equipment in association with the exterior and interior renovation

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $500,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Woodside

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Accessible main entrance in association with the renovation project

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $230,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Member Barry Grodenchik

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Woodside

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Reconfiguration of the Teen Space in association with the renovation project

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $150,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

Woodside

Renovation

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Modernization to include improved resiliency, an accessible main entrance, self-return equipment, and upgrading select portions of the facility

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $6,500,000

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $4,946,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $4,702,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $3,883,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Install modern computer equipment and improve connectivity and reliability

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $3,082,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Installation of automated time keeping equipment

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $951,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Installation of self-check equipment

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $13,366,000

Funding Source: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Council Queens Delegation, Borough President

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'

System Wide

Technology upgrade

Phase: Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Improving the speed and reliability of telecommunication equipment

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Total Funding: $456,000

Funding Source: NYC Council Queens Delegation

Timeline

In Progress, last update: 11/12/2019

  • Scope Development
  • Design Procurement
  • Design
  • Construction Procurement
  • Construction
  • Fit Out
  • Completion

Scope Development

The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement

Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design

The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement

Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction

Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out

As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

Timeline Legend (Explanation of Terms)

Scope Development
The Library team and its stakeholders determine the specific work to be accomplished, prioritizing the needs and goals within the budget.

Design Procurement
Qualified architects, engineers and other design consultants are sought out for the project through a competitive, public process conducted according to the procurement guidelines of the City, State and/or Queens Library’s purchasing policy. Most contracts must be approved by the NYC Office of Management and Budget and registered by the City Comptroller.

In Design
The design consultants work through a process to produce detailed designs that meet the project goals. Because most of Queens Library’s facilities are owned by the City of New York, changes to the exterior of the buildings must be approved by the Public Design Commission. After all the stakeholders have signed off on the design, the consultants generate a detailed set of construction documents to be used as the basis for contractor bidding and construction.

Construction Procurement
Bidders for construction contracts undergo a thorough “vetting” process, which ensures that contracts are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. If required, the contract is filed for registration with the City Comptroller.

Construction
Contractors build the project according to the construction documents. Queens Library’s project managers monitor the progress of the project to help ensure quality and resolve any issues.

Fit-Out
As construction concludes, Queens Library assumes control of the site and fits out the space with furniture, fixtures, equipment, data access, computers, books and other library materials.

On Hold
If an active project can't proceed in the usual manner,it's status will be listed as 'On Hold'