| Henry Foss Hall|
27.5 million CAD
| Concordia University|
14 October 1966
| 1455 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West|
Modular pre-stressed concrete
782,000 square feet (72,700 m)
Concordia Stadium, Guy‑Concordia, Terminal Tower, Peel, Saint‑Laurent
The Henry F. Hall Building (French: Édifice Henry F. Hall) is a building on the Sir George Williams Campus of Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located at 1455 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West, in between Mackay Street and Bishop Street in the Quartier Concordia neighbourhood.
Henry F. Hall Building Wikipedia
The building is named for Henry Foss Hall, president of Sir George Williams University from 1956 to 1962.
It was designed by architecture firm Ross, Fish, Duschene and Barrett, which hired James A. M. K. O'Beirne, to draw up the plans. It was inaugurated on 14 October 1966.
In 1994-95, the building's exterior, having been damaged by pollution and the elements over the decades, was cleaned and re-painted.
It was the scene for the Sir George Williams Computer Riot in 1969 and the Concordia University Netanyahu Riot in 2002.