DEARBORN, Michigan – A major renovation project has begun at the Henry Ford Centennial Library, with the entire third floor mezzanine-level of the building closed to the public. Nearly all library material is available on the second floor of the building, so access to the collections will not be impacted.
“Henry Ford Centennial Library Renovation Project Begins – Mezzanine Closed to Public During Construction, Expected Completion Date: June 30”
However, the study space, beverage machines, and some stored reference material will not be available until the project is complete and the third floor is re-opened.
The project is expected to be complete by the end of June 2011. The plans call for the conversion of existing space into three medium-sized study rooms; one large, quiet study room; and one large conference room, which will be available to organizations to book for group meetings.
Restrooms, and a kitchenette that will be available for groups booking the large conference room, will be added to the area to make the space more usable and comfortable.