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CSU East Bay CORE Library Replacement Building

Photographer: Kyle Jeffers

A 100,000 square-foot replacement library building to meet the needs of its students and faculty, the CORE building — designed by Carrier Johnson + Culture — is the center of academic achievement, collaboration and innovation. The center blends the offerings of a traditional library with real-world incubator-type environments, student services and assistance, group project spaces, and presentations and research offerings. Facilities include printing and scanning machines, modeling and prototyping technology, milling equipment for creating custom circuit boards, and craft precision parts and tools, as well as librarian-taught digital literacy classes. The facility provides students with the technology, tools and access to faculty and professional expertise they need to excel in today’s rapidly changing job market.


  • DSA
  • LEED Gold


  • Prefabrication
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