Thomas Jefferson Building

When it opened in 1897, the new library was considered the most beautiful, educational and interesting building in Washington.

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James Madison Building

Encompassing more than 1.5 million square feet of space, the Madison Building is the largest library structure in the world.

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John Adams Building

The second building constructed for the Library of Congress opened in 1939. For years it was known simply as "The Annex" before being named for President John Adams.

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Packard Campus

The Packard Campus of the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center is located on 45-acres near Culpeper, Virginia, 75 miles southwest of Washington, DC near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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The John Adams Building in Washington, D.C.


John Adams Building Garage Repair

The structural concrete at the two horseshoe entrances of the John Adams Building garage has significant corrosion. For the past few years, interim measures have been put in place to extend its life. Unfortunately, some areas have deteriorated to the point where interim measures are no longer an option, and parking cannot be supported.

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