New Frisco Public Library Updates
May 2022: Ceiling paint is finished and room walls are going up.
April 2022: Raised floor installed on lower level and perimeter walls are finished.
March 2022: T-Rex skeleton is in production! The north drive is poured.
February 2022: The mezzanine going to the terrace concrete floor is poured. Duct work is installed.
January 2022: The lobby stair and part of the Social Stair are installed. The lower wall on the Community Event Room is placed and the new drive-thru is poured.
December 2021: The Community Event Room and Terrace are framed on the North exterior. Inside, the first floor under the mezzanine is framed for future walls.
November 2021: Mezzanine framing continues to the north side of the building and concrete is poured.
October 2021: The foundation is poured for the north expansion.
September 2021: A section of the North wall is removed and framing of the mezzanine begins inside.
August 2021: Formwork in progress for slab at new addition on the Northwest exterior. A section of the West wall comes down.
July 2021: The East wall is cut to add windows and the West wall is prepped for wall removal.
June 2021: Piers are bored to support the future mezzanine on the East side.
May 2021: Interior walls and two story office structure are removed. The open floor plan of the future library is now visible.
April 20, 2021: The groundbreaking event for your new Frisco Public Library kicked off construction!
Time lapse of May 2021 through end of May 2022.
Interior camera can get bumped as construction occurs.