The Peckwell drawing was located in the Capitol Historian archive. The original concept was modified to accommodate all of the technology that did not existing in 1914, such as electronic voting, sound systems, and electrical power. The desk tops have been reduced to a 20” depth leaving more room between desk rows for the legislators to access the chairs. The side aisles were aligned to make movement within the chamber easier. The desks and rostrum is constructed of quarter sawn white oak, as specified on the original drawing and as originally installed throughout the Capitol. The chairs, which were last replaced in 1986, were also in poor condition and replaced during this project.