Mason Hall and Schoenbaum Hall, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Related people
Lorrie McAllister (was created by)
Karlsberger Companies (architect)
Korda / Nemeth Engineering (engineer)
Kallmann McKinnell and Wood Architects, Inc. (was created by)
Cooper Robertson and Partners (architect)
Raymond E. Mason Hall is located at 250 W. Woodruff Avenue on the Ohio State University's main campus. In this image, it is on the left. Schoenbaum Undergraduate Program Building (on the left in this image) is located at 210 W. Woodruff Ave. Mason Hall and Schoenbaum Hall are part of the Fisher College of Business complex. Both structures are steel frame with a masonry skin. Mason Hall houses the business library and computer resources. Schoenbaum Hall houses an auditorium, classrooms, undergraduate career counseling, student services, and faculty offices. For both buildings, the local architect was Karlsberger Company; the signature architects were Cooper Robertson & Partners and Kallman McKinnel & Wood; and the engineers were Korda/Nemeth Engineering Inc., John E. Foster Associates Inc., and CTL Engineering Inc. Cooper Robertson & Partners designed the master plan and served as design architect for three of the buildings in the complex. This view is taken from the roof of the Knowlton School of Architecture.
1990s (1990 - 1999)