The Polly Rosenbaum State Archives and History Building serves as a specialized storage facility for state archives, artifacts, and public records that require special climate controls and protections from environmental and mechanical hazards.
The goal of the project was to build a facility that will conserve and protect unique historical materials, provide the first-ever major not-for-profit treatment facility for unique historical materials serving Arizona governmental units, provide a state-of-the-art laboratory for repair and conservation of unique research materials and enhance research access to unique research materials through the use of emerging technologies.
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Completed July 2008
140,000 square feet
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