Public libraries create community. They bring diverse neighborhoods of people together, support local culture, educate, inspire and provide fantastic resources. Referred to as the “Great Equalizer,” libraries cater to all; whether you are a new parent, immigrant, LGBTIQ, amateur genealogist, teenager, person with a disability, teacher or elderly. Libraries are havens for everyone seeking knowledge, life skills, tutoring, the arts and so much more.
The 16,000-square-foot Aliante Library was originally designed for the city of Laughlin. As the project was re-sited to Aliante, the project was modified to conform to North Las Vegas Library District requirements and Aliante design standards. New technologies were integrated into the project and the new building responded to new theories in library design.