The Queen Creek Library project, built for the Town of Queen Creek, included the new construction of a 47,000 square foot library located in Queen Creek, AZ. The facility functions as a multi-purpose community gathering place. The library was constructed with a steel and masonry structural frame on a slab-on-grade concrete foundation, an exterior of masonry, aluminum storefront, and limestone veneer, and a single-ply polyvinyl chloride, standing seam metal roof. The project also features general reading rooms, children’s center, study rooms, and conference rooms. This project achieved LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for the sustainable features of solar reflective insulating foam on the roof, low-volatile organic compound paints, underground storm water retention system, and water efficient plumbing fixtures. Due to CORE’s state-of-the-art green construction practices, the Town of Queen Creek Library project became the first municipal building designed and constructed with green building features in community of Queen Creek.