Robert P Madison International, Inc. as Architects and Engineers of Record worked with the design architect to reconfigure and refurbish this 1925 landmark main library building.

RPMI was also responsible for major architectural and engineering systems renovation of this 261,000 S.F., eleven level historic structure.

RPMI followed this by being chosen by Cleveland Public library to design the Langston Hughes Branch Library in Cleveland, Ohio.

RPMI had total responsibility for Architectural/ Engineering design, community master planning, construction documents and supervision for the new 8,400 square feet library in the Glenville area of Cleveland.  The site, adjacent to Rockefeller Park, is located within a designated Cleveland landmark District. The “state-of-the-art” facility features computer technology and geothermal energy (a first in Cleveland), while providing space for community activities among the other library functions.

Most recently in 2016, RPMI was selected again by Cleveland Public Library to develop conceptual program, plans, and concept studies for a new Martin Luther King Jr. Branch Library