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Russell County Library in progress.

The Russell County Public Library Board hired Branscum Construction to be the Construction Manager for the new Russell County Public Library in Jamestown, Kentucky. The new library will consist of a 14,955 square foot building.

Construction for the Russell County Public Library was officially kicked off with a groundbreaking ceremony on May 23rd, 2018. The library, like most construction projects that began in 2018, has weathered the wettest year on record. Site work has proved to be the biggest challenge to date.

The design of the new Russell County Public Library is uniquely designed with the goals of increasing visits and improving the sense of belonging for every age and interest throughout the entire county. The library will offer easy-access parking, a drive-up book drop, and a one-story floor plan that is open and accessible for all. The library will offer more public computers, more evening and weekend operational hours, and three distinct public meeting rooms, available for county residents to use.

What Clients are Saying About Branscum

“I wanted to thank the Branscum Company for all that they have done to make our new High School, the project was a success.”

—Ray Woolsey, Superintendent Garrard County Board of Education