Library plans that we scanned included the building master plan noting various changes over the years, building additions and renovations, and the original Banning Engineering survey. Dalton shared that finding the survey was cool and pointed out the old font and title block originally used in October of 1997. Dalton digitized these documents and will print and bind some fresh copies for the library. We hope these digitized copies will make tracking changes to the building more legible and reliable.
We are thankful for our relationship with the library over the years and happy to provide these services to such a significant Plainfield institution. These efforts link back to our founding and moments we appreciate–times when we borrowed and shared with those around us to succeed. Whether it was using someone’s printer, borrowing a truck for a survey, or digitizing documents, it meant the world to our company and helped us become who we are today.
Engaging with other organizations and companies in the Plainfield community is worth it. It unites us all with the same vision and goal in mind, making Plainfield a place where all feel welcome to participate and, like us, make this their home. Thanks for taking the time to complete this for the library, Dalton!