The Maple Heights Branch renovations consisted of remodeling the existing main entry vestibule and civic center entry, renovating the open library floor plan to add four new quiet study rooms and renovating the existing theater room into two large meeting rooms and a technology lab. The project included new entry doors and storefront glass (interior), new ceilings in renovated areas and revised MEP to accommodate. MEP included new HVAC air distribution and controls in renovated areas, new tele-data, new lighting and receptacles. The HVAC upgrades consisted of re-designing the central air distribution plant and building control upgrades. The central air distribution was originally comprised of four air handling units with central cooling. Post construction, the central air distribution now has two air handing units designed for partial system redundancy, a fully digital control system that can be monitored and controlled throughout the CPCL campus-wide BAS network and improved thermal comfort conditions in various locations of the facility.