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Building Name: M. Patrick Gillin Hall
Other Names: Gillin Hall
Civic Address: 540 Windsor Street
Sod Turning: Unknown
Cornerstone Laying: Unknown
Opened for Use: July 1988
Official Opening: 10 June 1989
Architect: ADI Ltd.
Named for: Mark Patrick Gillin, UNB graduate (BScCE '49, DSc '81), a member of the UNB Board of Governors, awarded title of governor emeritus in 2001.
Notes: Gillin Hall was built as an addition to Head Hall, the engineering complex. The five-storey building contains office space, classrooms, and laboratories for the engineering and computer science faculties.
- Montague, Susan. The Pictorial History of the University of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB: University of New Brunswick, c1992, p. 267.
- UA Case 123; Section 3; Gillin Hall
- UNB Perspectives,
- Alumni Clippings - Large
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