On February 20, PGAL Architects met with Round Rock Public Library staff for a project kick-off meeting. Currently, PGAL is engaging the discovery and programming phase of design for the new Library. This phase includes meeting Library and City staff to gather information related to the project. The next meeting event is scheduled for March 26 and 27. Thirteen different City Departments will be consulted for high-level project requirements that will ultimately shape the design of the future Library.
Discovery and programming is the first of four phases of design. The complete design process and time associated with the Library project is:
- Discovery and Programming: 2 months
- Schematic Design: 4 months
- Design Development: 4 months
- Construction Documents: 8 months
The total design duration is 18 months to achieve a permitted, biddable set of construction documents.