"Particular strengths of the book are its simplicity, directness, and comprehensiveness (attention to post-hand over management is especially welcome). . . . The book will undoubtedly help all those interested in the provision of new archival facilities."
—Business Archives Principles and Practice (May 2008)
"This book is written in an approachable style, even when covering highly technical issues. It will be useful not only to archivists, architects, engineers, and other specialists involved in planning and seeing through an archive building, but also in explaining to governing bodies and sponsors precisely what they are being called upon to support and why."
—Journal of the Society of Archivists (October 2007)
"Archival Facilities fills a huge gap in the professional literature. Thoughtful and informative, Tom Wilsted offers a well-organized look at planning new and remodeled archival buildings that directs the reader through numerous and varied issues associated with archives construction. Extensively researched and clearly written, this authoritative book provides a comprehensive guide for archivists, architects, facility planners, conservators, and anyone else undertaking an archival facility project."
—Michelle Pacifico, Archival Consultant
"Tom Wilsted's book is a most welcome addition to the literature on archival buildings. It deals with a vast array of subjects, including building design, construction, management, and maintenance. It does all this in a comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand, manner for which Tom is to be congratulated."
—Ted Ling, author of Solid, Safe, Secure: Building Archives Repositories in Australia