The Library and Archives Master Plan (LAMP) envisions the Queen’s Library and Archives of the present and the future. 

LAMP provides a foundational framework that will guide the evolution of the Library and Archives facilities and services over the next twenty years, and includes high-level plans for changes that could be implemented within five years, with sufficient capital investment. The Plan informs ongoing planning and priorities for investments.

LAMP was developed through a broad consultative process, in alignment with the Campus Master Plan. A steering group worked with the lead planning partner CS&P Architects to develop a clear understanding of space needs and opportunities in both the Library and the Archives. Approved by Queen’s Board of Trustees in December 2013 following an extensive process of consultation and iterative design, the plan is now in the implementation stage. 

Please see our LAMP project site for information on the original project planning, and view the LAMP Updates on Library News for ongoing implementation updates. 

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