Herrick L. Johnston Laboratory, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

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Keoni Fleming (was created by)
Howard Dwight Smith (architect)
Johnston Laboratory is located at 176 West 19th Avenue on the Ohio State University campus in Columbus, Ohio. It is a reinforced concrete frame construction with brick exterior. It has four floors (no basement) and a total gross area of 30,362 sq. ft. and net area of 18,890 sq. ft. The laboratory was officially in full use beginning May 1943. List of contractors: General - Knowlton Construction Co. Electrical - Electric Power Equipment Co. Heating - J.F. Oelgoetz Co. Plumbing - North Side Plumbing Co. Elevator - Capital Elevator & Manufacturing Co. Keywords: United States, Ohio, Franklin County, OSU, Defense Research Lab, Johnson Lab, Engineering Experiment Station, War Research Building, institutional buildings. Submitted by Keoni Fleming for ARCH 627.
1940s (1940 - 1949)
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