National Library Relocations

70 Bridge Rd
Islandia, NY 11749


4 Springfield Street
Three Rivers, MA 01080

National Library Relocations, Inc. will appoint one of its Management Team members as the Project Manager for the Library Relocation Project. Appointment of the Project Manager is dependent on the finalization of a contract and the "locking-in" of a move start date. Below, please find the resumes of NLR’s Project Managers.

Scott Miller

President of National Library Relocations, Inc., with over thirty-five years of first-hand experience in consultation, coordinating and contracting experience in managing all aspects of library relocations. This involvement includes speaking with client committees to assist in making overall plans for relocations; conducting meetings with department heads to orient them on how the move will proceed; detailed analysis in conjunction with interior designers and subcontractors to schedule the various activities that must be completed prior to the transfer; supervising marking of plans for traffic flow of the book collection out of the present quarters and into the new premises, guidance in making floor plans and preparing tags, and personal supervision during the physical move. Mr. Miller is a graduate architect and has been personally involved with many of the major library relocations throughout the country. He commits himself to total involvement in all aspects of your move from planning stages through the completion of the physical move.

Diane Pikul

Ms. Pikul, Regional Sales/Project Manager, holds a Master’s Degree in Library Science from Southern Connecticut State University and has over fifteen years experience in the field of librarianship. Her background includes work in automation, cataloging, reference, and audiovisual services for both academic and public libraries. Prior to entering the relocation industry, she functioned as the Assistant Director for Public Services & Automation at a Community-Technical College in Connecticut. Diane has been applying her library skills in the related area of library relocations for the past four years and has been integrally involved in a number of ventures, including managing the bar coding of two million volumes at a large public university.