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Parker Hall (PARKER) - South Campus, Academic Sector



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Parker Hall


Originally designed to house the School of Engineering, Karr Parker Hall is the current home of Millard Fillmore College, UB's program for adult non-traditional students since 1923, is housed here, as well as a vibrant mix of academic, research, and administrative facilities.

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Namesake


Karr Parker (1892-1986) was president of the Buffalo Electric Company and a member of the University Council (1945), and chair of the council's buildings and grounds committee (1947-1962). The Engineering Building, constructed in 1949, was the first of several buildings erected on the Main Street Campus under his chairmanship. It was named in his honor by the UB Council on June 4, 1962.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: Millard Fillmore College, Nuclear Medicine

Architect: Green, James, Meadows of Buffalo

Completion date: June, 1945

Gross square feet: 115,945

Construction cost: $1,195,000

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