Gutted a Carnegie Library down to the existing structural elements of floors, walls, and roof. Designed a new building interior. Restored the building exterior. Demolished and rebuilt the back of the building to make the entire building 2 stories throughout. Plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems were replaced and modernized.
A restored copy of the Winged Victory of Samothrace is the centerpiece of the lobby. The new interior is designed in the Neoclassical style to match the exterior.
Careful field measurements enabled the architect to seamlessly match the architecture of the addition with the existing building
Cleaned and repointed the exterior brick and stone. Installed historically accurate windows. Replaced the building cornice and slate tile roof.