The article presents an outline for beginning the process of building new library for the community based on planning principles that will lead to a well-documented and articulated plan for the future. The development of a comprehensive strategic plan of library service is the first step a library system should take. The Public Library Association (PLA) "New Planning for Results," which has been used successfully by many libraries in the U.S. is one example of a successful planning model. The final step in the process is writing a building program.
Ames, K. S., & Heid, G. (2008). Spotlight on Construction: Planning, Communication Are Key in Building New Libraries. Georgia Library Quarterly, 44(4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol44/iss4/3