Benedum Hall

Benedum Hall

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Michael L. Benedum Hall of Engineering is an academic building on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The building was completed in 1971 at a cost of $15 million. It was built with a gift from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation and funds from the General State Authority. It stands on a 1.8-acre site that was formerly occupied by the National Guard's Logan Armory. It is fourteen stories (two below ground) and has 419,000 square feet of space. It is home to the Swanson School of Engineering and contains classrooms, laboratories, offices, conference and seminar rooms, and is home to the George M. Bevier Engineering Library. It also includes a 528-seat auditorium, a computer lab, and an Einstein's Express. Engineering Auditorium, a lower building, is located across a plaza from the main tower, and is connected by the basement and sub-basement levels. #Benedum #Benedum_Hall #Engineering #Le_Gall #Pitt #University_of_Pittsburgh #Yann #ylegall
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