"Cheeze Factory" - Engineering Undergraduate Society

Between MacLeod and Civil and Mechanical Engineering Buildings
Original construction 1918-1920
East and north wing (cold room) 1925-1932
Flat roof shed 1954-1957
Sharp and Thompson
Total cost of all SCR buildings $20,000
Sources of funds:
Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment
Use history:
1920-1966 clasroom/laboratory for cheese-making
1967-1971 library storage - Colbeck Collection
1972-? Poultry Isolation Unit
1981- Engineering Undergraduate Society offices and meeting place for Engineering students.
Name history:
Until 1923 SCR Farm Diary Building.
1923-1966 Diary Building or Diary Laboratories.
1967-1971 Library Storage - Collbeck Collection.
1972-1981 Poultry Isolation Unit.
1981- "Cheeze Factory" or "Cheeze Pub"
Architectural features:
Wood-frame on concrete foundation, vertical plank siding, gabled roof with cedar-shake roofing.
Thompson, Berwick, Pratt; UBC Essays.
The flat roof shed removed between 1976 and 1981.
Renovated in 1981.

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