Syracuse University Buildings:


Physics Building

Physics Building
Physics Building

Ground Broken: July 1965
Building Occupied: September 1967
Cost: $4 million
Funding: $1.58 million National Science Foundation Grant for building and laboratory apparatus; remainder raised by University
Architects: King and King, Syracuse
Contractors: Dygert Construction Company
Materials: Red brick with limestone trim exterior, beam and slab construction
Location: Main quad next to Steel Hall
Space: Four stories above ground and two stories below; first floor site of 307-seat Stolkin Auditorium, a gift from Ralph E. Stolkin, a friend of the University and parent of a student.

Notes:

Old School of Journalism building (Women's Gymnasium) demolished to make room for this building