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MacQuigg Lab is Herrick Archives Building Number 265. It was officially named "MacQuigg Laboratory" by the Board of Trustees on November 11, 1965 and is located at 105 West Woodruff Avenue on the Ohio State University campus. The building has a reinforced concrete frame with brick exterior. This building consisted of a basement plus six stories. This building was built as the "Materials Engineering and Science Building," and was described by the Board of Trustees as an "addition to the Metallurgical and Mineralogy Laboratory." The "walk-through" space on the first floor was later enclosed and the walls are of glass block.
1967 Architect for the Original Building: W.E. Linch
1987-1988 Architects for "walk-through" space on first floor: Milhoan-McGee Partnership
1967 General Contractor for the Original Building: J. J. Barnes Construction Co.
1987-1988 General Contractor for "walk-through" space on first floor: B.S. Contractors
1960s (1960 - 1969)
brick reinforced concrete construction glass block