Whitman School of Management Building Special Collections Research Center

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several connected glass buildings at night

Whitman School of Management Building, SU Photo & Imaging RS 8636

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Ground Broken: April 30, 2003

Dedicated: April 8, 2005

Building Occupied: January 2005

Cost: $39-40 million

Funding: Private donations and $3 million from the State of New York

Named for: Martin J Whitman, Class of 1949

Architects: Bruce S. Fowle, SU alumnus, of FXFOWLE Architects

Location: University Avenue, between Marshall and East Adams Streets

Space: 160,000 square feet

Notes: The Whitman School of Management Building replaced the old School of Management Building as the home of the Whitman School of Management. It was constructed with 22 classrooms, a 200-seat auditorium, 40 team rooms, 2 computer clusters, 74 faculty offices, an investment research center and a 3-story 4000 square foot grand hall. The building included many environmentally conscious features in its roofing, heating and use of recycled materials.