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Beane Center (BEANE) - North Campus, Service Sector

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Beane Center

The John Beane Service Center houses the offices and maintenance shops of University Facilities, which is responsible for the planning, construction and renovation of all campus facilities; the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the buildings, grounds, and utility systems; and the provision of environmental health and safety, and radiation protection services.

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John Beane John Beane (1904-1967) was the university's first director of planning and development and was integral in the original development of our North Campus. A lifelong Buffalonian and proud alumnus, John graduated from UB's evening division, Millard Fillmore College, and went on to serve as its dean. During his twenty-six years at the university, he was a professor and then chair in the new school of engineering, as well as University Marshall.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Service

Tenants: University Facilities Administration, University Facilities Planning and Design, University Facilities Operations

Architect: Milstein, Wittek, Davis & Associates

Completion date: April, 1979

Gross square feet: 58,467

Construction cost: $2,197,000

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