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Duncan Hall

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Identification

Duncan Hall
Carl D. Duncan Hall of Science
230104

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Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [completed]
modernism

Usages

university

Facts

  • The building is designed in the shape of an "H" with two large wings connected by a central passageway that includes the bank of passenger elevators.
  • There is an enclosed rooftop section used for specialized studies.
  • The building is named after Carl D. Duncan, a former SJSU professor and chairman of the Natural Sciences Division, who first started at the University in 1922.
  • Duncan Hall houses the majority of the classrooms and laboratories for the College of Science at San Jose State University.
  • The building has an extensive basement used for specialized labs.

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Location

1 Washington Square
San Salvador and 5th Streets, NW corner
95192
San Jose
California
U.S.A.

Technical Data

99.92 ft
8
1
1967
6
$7,300,000

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