Difference between revisions of "Computer Science Information Technology Centre"

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'''Architect:''' High Design '''?'''
 
'''Architect:''' High Design '''?'''
  
'''Named for:''' It's function as a centre for computer science.
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'''Named for:''' Its function as a centre for computer science.
  
'''Renovations/changes/additions:''' Space dedicated to formal usability evaluations of computer systems (known as Usability Laboratory) completed 2000
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'''Renovations/changes/additions:''' Space dedicated to formal usability evaluations of computer systems (known as Usability Laboratory) completed in the year 2000
  
'''Notes:''' Features the first curved roof built on the UNB campus since 1876, when the curved third floor roof was added to [[Old Arts Building|Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts Building)]]
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'''Notes:''' Features the first curved roof built on UNB campus since 1876 when the curved third floor roof was added to [[Old Arts Building|Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts Building)]]
  
 
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*UA Case 123; Section 3, Box 1; Computer Science Information Technology Centre.
 
*UA Case 123; Section 3, Box 1; Computer Science Information Technology Centre.
  
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[[Category:Buildings]][[Category:Fredericton]][[Category:Faculty of Computer Science|Computer Science Info]]
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[[Category:Buildings]]<br/>[[Category:Fredericton]]<br/>[[Category:Faculty of Computer Science|Computer Science Info]] [[Category:UNB Fredericton]]

Latest revision as of 11:51, 23 July 2015

Building Name: Computer Science Information Technology Centre

Other Names: Unknown

Civic Address: 550 Windsor Street

Sod Turning: Unknown

Cornerstone Laying: Unknown

Opened for Use: 2000

Official Opening: [Summer 2000?]

Architect: High Design ?

Named for: Its function as a centre for computer science.

Renovations/changes/additions: Space dedicated to formal usability evaluations of computer systems (known as Usability Laboratory) completed in the year 2000

Notes: Features the first curved roof built on UNB campus since 1876 when the curved third floor roof was added to Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts Building)

Source(s):

  • University of New Brunswick Computer Science [website]
  • Leroux, John. Building A University: The Architecture of UNB. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2010, p. 119-120.
  • UA Case 123; Section 3, Box 1; Computer Science Information Technology Centre.


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