|Address:||30A Sifton Road|
|Use:||Classrooms and laboratories|
|Original Use:||Classrooms and Laboratories|
|Architects:||Green Blankstein Russell|
|Firms:||Green Blankstein Russell|
|Tours:||Part of the QR Code Tour|
The complex known as the Science Lecture Block is composed of three buildings: the Armes Building which houses lecture rooms; the Parker Building, which has chemistry laboratories; and the Allen Building which has physics laboratories. This three-block addition to the Fort Garry Campus is sheathed in pre-cast concrete and Tyndall stone, with tinted windows in vertical groupings. The buildings were completed and opened in 1960. In 1967, an additional floor was added to both the Parker and Allen buildings.
The Armes Building was named for Henry P. Armes, former Dean of Arts & Sciences. The Parker Building honours Matthew A. Parker, who was one of the first six science professors to join the University faculty. The Allen Building, which houses the Cyclotron Research Station, is named for the University’s first professor of physics, Dr. Frank Allen.
Other addresses: 144 Dysart Road, 30B Sifton Road