University of Texas, High-Density Storage Addition

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project at a glance

The high-density library storage facility for the University of Texas at Austin, also known as LSF3, is a warehouse-style building that serves as a repository for remote storage of library materials.

The 9,800 square foot facility is connected to the original, LSF2 facility at the school's J. J. Pickle Research Campus, and provides digitizing and high density storage with retrieval system capabilities.

The building, which has very few windows/penetrations, has a separate HVAC and dehumidification system with particulate and gas filters, to maintain constant temperature and relative humidity levels appropriate for print matter preservation. 

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