George Cunningham Building

2146 East Mall
Original construction 1961
Addition - Research Wing 1971
Thompson, Berwick & Pratt
1961 - $800,000
1971 - n/a
Sources of funds:
Half of the cost from Federal government, the other half from University capital budget
Architectural features:
Its architectural style is similar to other buildings in the Health Sciences Centre. Its external walls are made up of glass and coloured panels while its concrete frame is expressed.
Name History:
This building is named after Dr. George Cunningham in honour of his significant role in the development and establishement of Faculty of Pharmacy. It is also referred as Pharmaceutical Sciences Building.
Construction Type:
Reinforced concrete with non-combustible panels
This building is part of the Health Sciences Centre. The addition (research wing) of the building is mainly for graduate study and research.
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