There's a Construction webcam page here if this one falls short: The George W. Bush Library is in the works and will be 23 acres at the SMU Campus, and its stated mission is as follows: There are also some notes on what will be included in the library at the link The Bush Center: The Building Design Rising to 67 feet at the top of Freedom Hall, the George W. Bush Presidential Center is a modern brick and limestone structure that complements the American Georgian character of the SMU campus, set within an environmentally-sustainable native Texas landscape. In this setting, the Bush Center will become an integral part of the educational experience and campus life of 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students and the University faculty. The Design Designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern and landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh, the George W. Bush Presidential Center will house the 43rd president's library and museum as well as the Bush Institute. The center’s location is along the eastern edge of Southern Methodist University, the alma mater of former first lady Laura Bush. It is in the heart of Dallas and easily accessible to visitors. Utilizing green building materials and energy-efficient technologies, the Bush Center has been designed to attain Platinum certification, the highest possible distinction under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system. What will be included is here: This library is a much-needed addition to the body of politics in the USA. President Bush served 8 years as our President, from January, 2001- January, 2009.