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'''Building Name:''' Integrated University Complex [[File:IUC Science Library and Forestry.jpg|thumb|right|300x300px|Science and Forestry Library in foreground with IUC Forestry building in background, (197-?). PR; Series 1; Sub-series 7; Item 7835.]] '''Other Names:''' Science Concourse, IUC
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'''Building Name:''' Integrated University Complex [[File:IUC Science Library and Forestry.jpg|thumb|right|400x300px]] '''Other Names:''' Science Concourse, IUC
  
 
'''Civic Address:''' 4 Bailey Dr. ([[Science Library|Science and Forestry Library]]); 8 Bailey Drive ([[Physics and Administration Building|Physics/Administration]]); 28 Dineen Dr. ([[Forestry Building (I.U.C)|Forestry Building]])
 
'''Civic Address:''' 4 Bailey Dr. ([[Science Library|Science and Forestry Library]]); 8 Bailey Drive ([[Physics and Administration Building|Physics/Administration]]); 28 Dineen Dr. ([[Forestry Building (I.U.C)|Forestry Building]])
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Revision as of 09:33, 22 May 2014

Building Name: Integrated University Complex

IUC Science Library and Forestry.jpg

Other Names: Science Concourse, IUC

Civic Address: 4 Bailey Dr. (Science and Forestry Library); 8 Bailey Drive (Physics/Administration); 28 Dineen Dr. (Forestry Building)

Sod Turning: June 1974

Cornerstone Laying: [1974?]

Opened for Use: [September?] 1976

Official Opening: 1977?

Architect: Murray and Murray

Named for: Connecting and integrating various departments and buildings.

Renovations/changes/additions: The Science and Forestry Library was renovated in 1983 to create better lighting conditions and a quiet study atmosphere.

Notes:The IUC consists of the Physics and Administration building, the central concourse containing the Science and Forestry Library and classrooms, as well as the Forestry building. The central concourse is topped with a grass-covered roof. The Physics and Administration building was completed in 1976, with the Science and Forestry Library opening fully in the spring of 1977. The Forestry building is connected by the concourse to the IUC.

Source(s):

  • Leroux, John. Building A University: The Architecture of UNB. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2010, p. 110-113.
  • UA Case 123; Section 3, Box 1; Integrated University Complex.
  • UA Case 123; Section 1, Box 1: Walking Tour Guide.

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