Originally constructed in 1966 by Charles T. Wilson, Sr., the building that was known to the Town of Chapel Hill as the Chapel Hill Public Library until 1994 underwent major interior renovations beginning in March of 2016. CT Wilson Construction had the honor of refurbishing the historic, mid-century modern landmark fifty years after initially building it. The scope included updated life safety, site paving, a new roof, and all new finishes. Plumbing, mechanical, and electrical systems were also all replaced.
- Location: Chapel Hill, NC
- Cost: $1,867,370
- Size: 12,225
- Year: 2016
- Duration: 210 days
- Owner: UNC Arts & Sciences Foundation
- Architect/Engineer: Weinstein Friedlein Architects