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Schindler 3300 doubles the space at Osawatomie Public Library
The Osawatomie Public Library in Osawatomie, Kansas occupies a small two-story building. But until recently, only the ground floor offered usable space (about 3,600 square feet). The basement was virtually inaccessible to library members who were disabled or to parents accompanied by children in strollers, because it was too difficult to navigate down the flight of steps.
When Osawatomie town officials decided it was time to renovate the library, they determined that an elevator would be in order. They needed a space-saving, quiet, cost-effective elevator. The Schindler 3300 delivered all this, and more.
The Schindler 3300 has had a dramatic impact on the service the Osawatomie library provides to its community. According to Elizabeth Trigg, the library’s director, “Not only did the Schindler 3300 elevator conserve space for us, it actually doubled our usable area to 7,200 square feet by making our lower level accessible to everyone. In fact, our children’s collection is housed there, and our summer reading program attracted 450 children who, in total, read 227,000 pages!"
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