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Documenting the history of the UI Campus

Renfrew Building , 1962-

Architect:Dropping, Kelley, Finch (Boise); major contractor, Commercial Builders (Moscow)

Cost: $1,828,000

Location: 46.727988, -117.014228 | Rayburn Street
Description: Rectangular reinforced concrete foundation, reinforced concrete post and beam construction, 96,430.
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Additions: $3.3 million renovation in 1991; additional renovation 1998
Use History: Chemistry/Physics department offices; teaching and research labs; Chemstores; faculty and grad office; labs and classrooms are of modular design.
Name History: Originally the Physical Sciences Building. In October 1985 it was named for Malcom Renfrew, professor and inventor.
Date Notes: Occupied 1964
Sources: VF

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