Henry Angus Building
- 2053 Main Mall
- Original construction - 1965
Addition - 1976
Addition - Ph. I: January 2010, Ph. II: December 2011(estimated)
- 1965 - Thompson,Berwick & Pratt
1976 - Reno C. Negrin and Associates
- 1965 - $2,307,309
1976 - N/A
- Its exterior is of in-place concrete and precast concrete
frames to the windows with signs of weathering. Its addition is made
up of insitu concrete and glass.
Addition – 55, 000 sq. feet
Phase one included aesthetic improvements with new glass windows on the east side of the facility, as well to a number of technological upgrades, and Henry Angus ground floor classrooms (video-conferencing, etc.) Phase two included construction of student classrooms and social spaces, including a new Learning Commons, is scheduled for completion and use by students by September 2011.
- Name history:
- This building
is named after Dr. Henry Forbes Angus.
- Construction type:
concrete frame and slab; addition is of insitu concrete
- This is a highly-utilized facility with conference centre.It
houses the executive conference centre named for former dean Earle D. MacPhee
and an audio-visual theatre named after Cyrus McLean.
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