Structure Type: built works - public buildings - schools - university buildings

Designers: Carlson Architects PS (firm); Morse, John M., and Associates, Architects (firm); Donald Edwin Carlson (architect); Douglas Phillip Haner (architect); John Moore Morse (architect)

Dates: constructed 1979-1980

3 stories

4101 15th Avenue NE
University of Washington, Seattle, Campus, Seattle , WA 98105-6299

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Building History

The original building, erected in 1979-1980, contained 99,000 square feet. The Social Work, Speech, and Hearing Sciences Building is adjoined by a covered walkway to Eagleson Hall, a 1922 Gothic Revival building designed by the noted architects, Bebb and Gould.


An 10,000 square-foot addition was made to the Social Work Building by Carlson Architects in 1999.

PCAD id: 6905