York University Natural Sciences Building (Biology), North York, Ontario (1964-1965)
This project series documents the Natural Sciences Building at York University in North York, Ontario from 1964-1965. The office identified the project number as 6406.
This project consisted of a three-storey brick and concrete building with a flat roof line. The building was mostly rectangular in shape, with some rectangular wings extending off the building. to house the natural Sciences This project was built by John B. Parkin Associates, in a joint venture with Gordon S. Adamson Associates and Shore & Moffat and Partners. These three architecture firms formed a joint venture known as UPACE (University Planners Architects And Consulting Engineer). This project was part of a larger master plan by UPACE, which built more than a dozen buildings for the university during this time.
The project is recorded through reprographic copies of drawings dating from 1964. These were a set of plans, elevations, sections, details, schedules and structural, electrical and mechanical drawings.
Materials in this project series have been kept in their original order.
North York Ontario Canada
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