University & Area

Mayfair Park Pavilions — 1968

9930 Groat Road (now known as Hawrelak Park) Designed by: Bittorf and Wensley Architects Original Owner: City of Edmonton In Edmonton’s early years the site of today’s Hawrelak Park was known as Mayfair and owned by the Strathcona Land Syndicate.

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Mayfair Park Pavilions — 1968

9930 Groat Road (now known as Hawrelak Park) Designed by: Bittorf and Wensley Architects Original Owner: City of Edmonton In Edmonton’s early years the site of today’s Hawrelak Park was known as Mayfair and owned by the Strathcona Land Syndicate.

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Lord Residence — 1954

11748 University Avenue Designed by: George Lord Architect Original Owner: George and Nancy Lord Designed by George Lord, a 1938 graduate of the University of Alberta School of Architecture, for himself and his wife, the Lord House is inspired by

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Lord Residence — 1954

11748 University Avenue Designed by: George Lord Architect Original Owner: George and Nancy Lord Designed by George Lord, a 1938 graduate of the University of Alberta School of Architecture, for himself and his wife, the Lord House is inspired by

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Jubilee Auditorium — 1954

87 Avenue and 114 Street Designed by: Alberta Public Works (Ron Clarke Chief Architect) Built by: Wells Construction Original Owner: Government of Alberta Ever since opening for the Golden Jubilee of Alberta, its 50th anniversary, the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

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Jubilee Auditorium — 1954

87 Avenue and 114 Street Designed by: Alberta Public Works (Ron Clarke Chief Architect) Built by: Wells Construction Original Owner: Government of Alberta Ever since opening for the Golden Jubilee of Alberta, its 50th anniversary, the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

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University of Alberta Education Building — 1962

87 Avenue and 112 Street Designed by: Alberta Public Works (H.A. Henderson Chief Architect) Original Owner: University of Alberta The University of Alberta Education Building consists of a central office tower situated between classroom blocks with two additional wings containing

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University of Alberta Education Building — 1962

87 Avenue and 112 Street Designed by: Alberta Public Works (H.A. Henderson Chief Architect) Original Owner: University of Alberta The University of Alberta Education Building consists of a central office tower situated between classroom blocks with two additional wings containing

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St. Stephen’s College — 1952

8810 112 Street Designed by Dewar Dawston Stevenson Architects Original Owner: United Church of Canada A building permit was issued to the United Church of Canada for construction of the new St. Stephen’s College building on the University of Alberta

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St. Stephen’s College — 1952

8810 112 Street Designed by Dewar Dawston Stevenson Architects Original Owner: United Church of Canada A building permit was issued to the United Church of Canada for construction of the new St. Stephen’s College building on the University of Alberta

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University of Alberta Students’ Union Building (SUB) — 1967

8900 – 114 Street NW  Designed by: Richards Berretti and Jelinek Architects and Engineers Built by: Poole Construction Original Owner: U of A Students Union In 1962 the University of Alberta‘s student body voted in a referendum to provide funding

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University of Alberta Students’ Union Building (SUB) — 1967

8900 – 114 Street NW  Designed by: Richards Berretti and Jelinek Architects and Engineers Built by: Poole Construction Original Owner: U of A Students Union In 1962 the University of Alberta‘s student body voted in a referendum to provide funding

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Housing Union Building (HUB) — 1969-1971

112 Street, 88 Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive Designed by Diamond and Myers Architects with R.L. Wilkin ArchitectBuilt by: Poole ConstructionOriginal Owner: University of Alberta Students Union The Housing Union Building (HUB) was an innovative experiment in student housing, combining function

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Housing Union Building (HUB) — 1969-1971

112 Street, 88 Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive Designed by Diamond and Myers Architects with R.L. Wilkin ArchitectBuilt by: Poole ConstructionOriginal Owner: University of Alberta Students Union The Housing Union Building (HUB) was an innovative experiment in student housing, combining function

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