At the beginning of February, the Cambridge Memorial Library opened its doors to the town’s patrons in a brand new library space! IPI Sales Representative Tammy Nielsen had been working with the City of Cambridge staff to plan furniture for the new space for about six months.
Together, Nielsen and the staff planned and picked pieces for the new library. The furniture update resulted in an inviting, open and cozy space for Cambridge residents to enjoy.
The project was a collaboration of furniture pieces from several IPI furniture shops. Metal Furniture in Anamosa supplied the bookcases and several tables for the library. Mission lounge furniture was produced in the Anamosa Custom Wood shop. Other chairs were upholstered and assembled at the Panels & Seating shop in Mitchellville. The Des Moines Move & Install team installed most of the furniture.
IPI is currently building additional furnishings including more seating, tables and bookcases for the library. Nevertheless, Cambridge patrons are already welcome to enjoy the updated space.
IPI would like to thank Cambridge City Council Member Tricia Todd, City Clerk Deb Thompson, Public Works Director Dale Hennick and Former Mayor Scott DeYoung for supporting our offender work training programs.