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Schell Brothers named 2023 Builder of the Year by PROBUILDER Magazine. Read the Article

Women in Construction Complete Their First Project

By Schell Brothers

Libraries have long been sanctuaries for knowledge, community, and exploration. However, as times change, so too must the spaces that house these treasures. To rejuvenate a beloved community hub, a remarkable transformation took place: a room in the Georgetown Library designed specifically for teens, led by a team of skilled and dedicated women from Schell Brothers. Let’s delve into the inspiring journey of collaboration, empowerment, and creativity that breathed new life into the Georgetown Library’s Teen Zone.

Each day after the Georgetown Middle School let out for the day students would walk to the library and congregate outside to chat with friends and find refuge. The idea for the room stemmed from Rachel Culver the Director of the library. Her idea was to take available open space within the library to make a room just for them. Get these teens into the library and give them somewhere they can read, do homework, and hang out. Rachel reached out to us via our donation request form on our website.
With a desire to take on this project while recognizing the importance of representation and diversity in the construction industry, the decision was made to entrust this endeavor to a team of talented women professionals, making this the first ever Schell Brothers Women in Construction project.

The project not only aimed to revamp the library but also to challenge stereotypes and break barriers in the construction industry. Led by employees, architects, volunteers, the all-female team embarked on this ambitious undertaking with passion and determination. Sue Bridell took point on this. She oversaw material ordering and managed the build schedule; she was the doer of all things to ensure we had a smooth build. Devin Messick a member of our CAD team drafted the space and put a countless amount of time, energy, and effort into the design.
Our partners at Fisher Architecture provided us with the green light to turn our drafts into sealed plans. Christina Manall drove the construction, using years of knowledge and skill to make all these ideas come to life. Joni Von Vorys spent every build day eagerly learning and utilizing her newfound skills to earn the title of Schell Brothers “shiplap queen”. There were so many volunteers that made this happen; women from partnering organizations, members of the community, Schell homeowners, and employees. Their expertise, creativity, and attention to detail laid the foundation for a space that would exceed expectations and ignite the imaginations of the library’s youthful visitors.

Central to the success of the project was the spirit of collaboration and community engagement. From the initial planning stages to the finishing touches, input from teenagers, librarians, educators, were actively sought and incorporated. This inclusive approach ensured that the space would truly reflect the needs, preferences, and aspirations of its intended audience.

The design philosophy behind the remodel project was guided by the principles of functionality, innovation, and fun. The space was divided into distinct areas to cater to various interests and activities, including areas for reading and studying, gaming zones, and lounging areas. Bright colors, flexible furniture, and dynamic lighting added a sense of energy and vitality to the environment. It was created with its intended purpose to have a fun, safe, comfortable space for local students. 

As the final touches were put in place and the grand unveiling approached, anticipation and excitement were through the roof. The transformed teen space was met with resounding applause and admiration from the community, signaling the beginning of a new chapter for the library. In the months and years to come, the space will continue to serve as a dynamic hub for learning, creativity, and connection for generations of teenagers to come.

The library remodel project for the teen space, spearheaded by Women In Construction, stands as a shining example of what can be achieved through collaboration, creativity, and determination. By harnessing the power of diversity and inclusivity, this project not only revitalized a beloved community institution but also inspired and empowered countless individuals along the way. As we look to the future, may this endeavor serve as a reminder that with vision, passion, and perseverance, anything is possible.