The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity at Colorado State University (CSU) will undergo a $2.7 Million full renovation and construction of a 2nd story Library addition to make it an innovative living-learning environment for the return of the SigEp chapter. The house at 121 East Lake Street in Fort Collins was built in 1929 and requires upgrades to the aging mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems; exterior and interior architectural finishes; and the life-safety systems. The conceptual design is optimized for an occupancy of 40 beds while maintaining a maximum occupancy of 48 beds. The plan includes adding showers in all the bathrooms, new laundry facilities in the basement, and updating the kitchen and after-hours servery. The proposed design also updates the house mother suite including an ADA-compliant bathroom. The addition will consist of a 740-square-foot vaulted ceiling library addition with a study loft, and a new multi-media room.