Beaver Falls Library Park
The Carnegie Free Library of Beaver Falls is a historic Carnegie library in the city of Beaver Falls. Its construction was financed by Andrew Carnegie in the late 1890s. Today, an adjacent urban plaza no longer meets the needs of the community and the desire to transform the space was brought to Derck & Edson.
We have worked to re-imagine the space, along with an adjacent one-way street that could be vacated. Outdoor dining, performance space, gathering spaces, and a children’s literary garden are all part of the new vision for this key community site.
Derck & Edson’s plans and design sketches are currently being used by the community to help with fundraising efforts for this transformative project.