This link takes you to their photosets, organized by month, of some of the renovations that took place.
It's great what a redesign of work flow, new paint, new furniture, new carpet, and NEW COMPUTERS can do for a library! It appears the staff handled the reconstruction and renovations quite well. The layout of their main floor now features a centralized and combined reference/circulation desk. I personally love when libraries have an information desk hub at the center of the library and everything else extends radially. They also added "much-needed" group study rooms. For maps and images they installed scanners and Adobe PhotoShop licenses in two special workstations. All of their renovations have contributed to creating a more user-centered environment.
The Marston Science Library has a sculpture designed by John Henry outside the front of their library:
Because of this sculpture, the library is sometimes referred to as the "French Fry" library. I like that as part of their renovations, the new signage kind of resembles curly fries. :)