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The Plaza Renovation Design
As is evident from the construction surrounding the LBJ Library and Museum and the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, work is well underway to repair the leaky and deteriorating LBJ Plaza. The new Plaza, and other improvements will be a tribute to the life and works of Lady Bird Johnson. These drawings represent what the Plaza will look like when finished.
Soon, the flat surface of the Plaza will become a rolling arboretum of three elevated knolls reminiscent of the vegetation and landscape of Mrs. Johnsonís beloved Texas Hill Country.
When completed, the Library will enjoy brand-new classrooms and a renovated 1,000 seat auditorium. The Plaza is scheduled to be finished in time for fall flowers in 2009. The $32 million renovation is funded by the federal government and The University of Texas at Austin.