The Princeton Theological Seminary holds one of the world’s most important and respected collections
said to be second only to that of the Vatican. The library provides storage and open access for more than one million volumes including “guest” collection that other libraries cannot safely house in their own facilities. Princeton Theological Seminary renovated their 104,000 square foot. library and added an addition with the help of Ewing Cole’s architecture and the WBG’s FF&E procurement services. The WBG assisted in extensive site utility and relocation work required prior to the commencement of construction and furniture procurement. Over a 10 month period, the WBG controlled the move management, audited existing inventory, sourced, and purchased all FF&E in the space.
“…this is, of course, a testimonial to you, to your management and negotiating skills and you ever-consistent positive “cando” attitude but it is also a testimonial to your Senior Interior Designer and Project Manager who has been such a delight to
work with. The interior successes of the building are due in large part to her many efforts in our behalf. Her grasp of space
planning, trained eye for detail, aesthetic sensibilities, ideas for what will work in given spaces, knowledge of furniture and
fabrics, sense of color, respect for the client’s point of view, follow-up and ability to execute on time all worked in our favor.”
– Donald Vorp, James Lenox Librarian