The Crowfoot branch of the Calgary Public Library is the first occupied LEED registered building in Calgary. The 28,000 ft2 library had an opening day collection of over 100,000 items. The library features a technology discovery centre for public use, along with a children’s area and teen zone to appeal to the different demographics. There is also a multi-purpose program room that can be used for meetings and presentations. In addition to the main space, a back of house area was created for sorting of the library materials, along with the administrative offices for the library. This facility was designed to provide maximum long-term flexibility and be able to adapt to future changes. CANA was awarded the Alberta Steel Design Award from the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction for the most effective and innovative use of steel.