Crouse Hinds Hall Special Collections Research Center

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multi-tiered brick building

Crouse-Hinds Hall, Photo & Imaging RS8679

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Ground Broken: May 8, 1981

First Occupied: January 13, 1983

Dedicated: March 22, 1983

Dedication Speaker: U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Samuel R. Pierce, Jr.; awarded Honorary Doctor of Law

Architects: Architectural Resources Cambridge Inc., and Sargent Webster Crenshaw and Folley

Materials: steel with brick veneer

Location: Corner of Waverly and South Crouse Avenues and University Place

Cost: $5,500,000

Donors: Crouse-Hinds Foundation,$2.25 million; Kresge Foundation, United States Steel Foundation, The Booth Ferris Foundation, the Rosamond Gifford Charitable Corporation, and Agway, Inc.

Space: 60,000 square feet

Notes: Originally built as the School of Management building, it holds classrooms, administrative offices, and a 200-seat auditorium. When the Whitman School of Management Building was constructed in 2005, Crouse-Hinds became home to offices such as Academic Affairs, Admissions, the Chancellor's Office, and the Provost's Office.