The Science and Engineering Library is located at 175 W. 18th Ave on The Ohio State University campus. It is listed as Herrick ID: PH 005. Brown Hall Annex (the old Power Plant No.2) was demolished in order to construct facilities for the Department of Mathematics. This project included the construction of new facilities which house offices, laboratories, lecture halls, classrooms, and support facilities for the Department of Mathematics and the consolidation of several satellite libraries. The Science and Engineering Library (005) was built in conjunction with The Mathematics Tower (007), and 209 W. 18th Ave (004) are the only buildings in Central Ohio designed by Philip Johnson. It is constructed using a steel frame and masonry skin. It has five stories plus a basement.
1991 Architects: Collins, Rimer and Gordon Architects, Inc., Burgee and Johnson (design architect)
The University associate involved with the project was Captain: Koelbl, Barbara, who handled administrative duties of the project.
1991 General contractor: Turner Construction
1990s (1990 - 1999)
forms of concrete masonry stone or earth steel frame construction