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Palmieri Library Furniture on Connecticut State Contract

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Palmieri library furniture is available on Connecticut State Contract. Wood library shelving, study carrels, reading tables, seating, children's furniture, OPAC stations, computer stations and ...

Palmieri library furniture is available on Connecticut State Contract. Wood library shelving, study carrels, reading tables, seating, children's furniture, OPAC stations, computer stations and circulation desks are available under state contract. Contact Longo Associates if your are in need of wood library furniture - we provide not only the furniture, but also FREE library design and space planning services.

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    • Palmieri Library Furniture on Connecticut State Contract
    • Want Palmieri Library Furniture for your Public Library, University Library, K-12 Library?
      • Contact Longo Associates for your FREE library evaluation – we provide space planning, budgeting and installation services. Please call (800) 635-6646 or email [email_address]
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