Library space is in high demand
Your library is the academic fulcrum and knowledge centre of your university, the heart of your city, or the focal point of your community. Your library is also prime real estate and every square foot is precious and coveted.
Libraries like yours are always under pressure to create space. Space for dynamic learning, social interaction and new services. Whether you’re at the helm of a huge research library or a treasured local hub – you are examining ways to balance the evolving needs of your community while ensuring the protection of and access to your collections.
Managing your collections through your next evolution
Iron Mountain has scalable library solutions that will help you manage your physical collections through your next library building project. Logistics planning for building renovations are complex when they impact your stacks. With Iron Mountain you will have a single trusted partner to help you develop a tailored solution to meet your library’s needs. Protect and maintain access to your collections, while reducing costs.
Tailored solutions by Iron Mountain
Every library is different, which is why we will work with you to create a solution that meets your moving, storage and access requirements.
Taking a step towards moving or altering your collection is daunting – whether it’s moving a few hundred books to your offsite library annex, digitising dissertations or storing uncirculated special collections offsite.Talk to a Library Expert
University of San Diego Library Case Study
Watch this video to learn how Iron Mountain enabled the University of San Diego to transform their library into a state-of-the-art resource for students and faculty.
Tennessee State Library and Archives Case Study
Iron Mountain partnered with the Tennessee State Library and Archives to relocate the state's collection of historical documents, photographs and even the original constitutions to a new, state-of-the-art facility.
The University of Scranton Case Study
Detailed planning and strong transparency ensured University of Scranton's successful introduction to offsite storage.