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The Agricultural Life Sciences Building houses the departments of horticulture and biochemistry/biophysics, as well as the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing. It was completed in 1992 along with bridges connecting it with Cordley and Nash Halls. It was modern for the time with an emergency generator to protect lab equipment, and a chiller shared with three other buildings for heating and cooling. It was built on the spot of the original 1909 dairy barn and the barn pillars are still visible in the basement.
|Address||2750 SW Campus Way|
|Architect||SRG, Devco Engineering, Settcase, Smith, Doss Architecture|
|Purpose/Usage||Currently: Department of Horticulture, Biochemistry/Biophysics; Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing. Previous location of 1909 dairy barn
|Historic District||Yes; Non-historic Building|
|Blueprints||Facilities Services Records (RG 193) I. Architectural Drawings and Plans Individual Structures; Box 111|
SCARC: Oral Histories, publications, and university record groups pertaining to the Agricultural and Life Sciences Building.
Oregon Digital: OSU "Fact Books" and other periodicals that contain information, pictures, and maps of the Agricultural and Life Sciences Building.
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