John Owen Pavilion and Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Centre and Annex

3055 Wesbrook Mall
Original construction -- 1967
Adddition (Trailer Annex) -- 1975
Sources of funds:
Alumni Association
Architectural features:
This pavilion applied cedar and stucco as its construction materials. Another notable feature is its hipped roof.
Name History:
This building is named after John Owen in honour of his huge contribution to sports in UBC and B.C.
Building users:
Faculty of Medicine, Department of Family Practice, Athletics and Sports Services.
Construction Type:
Wood frame
It was originally planned to built for the people that utilized the playfields. It is presently used as a medical clinic. It houses the Division of Sport Medicine and Sports Medicine Clinic in which sport medicine group provides service by treating injured athletes referred to them.
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