The historic Stoughton Public Library project was a renovation of the 1992 addition. The footprint of the building did not change, but the library gained usable square footage.
Renovations to the second floor layout included the adult collection, reference, public service desk, audio/visual collection, public access computers and the creation of a new dedicated teen (young adult) area as well as two meeting/study rooms. Existing floor openings were infilled to create more usable floor area and to minimize sound transfer between levels. The renovations also improved flow and visibility through the space. New shelving and furnishings were provided throughout the second floor.
First floor renovations included accessibility improvements to public toilet rooms, replacement of the main entrance storefront to improve accessibility, a new circulation desk, and the replacement of the staff/delivery entrance ramp and stairs.