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Weil Hall (Gainesville, Florida)

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Built  1947-1949
Opened  1949
Architect  Guy Fulton
NRHP Reference #  08000547
Added to NRHP  24 June 2008
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Location  Gainesville, Florida, USA
MPS  University of Florida Campus MPS
Architectural style  Gothic Revival architecture
Similar  Matherly Hall, Florida Gymnasium, Tolbert Hall, Ustler Hall, Leigh Hall

Weil Hall (formerly the Engineering Industries Building) is a historic building at Stadium Road and Gale Lemerand Drive (North-South Drive) on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida, United States. On June 24, 2008, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Map of Weil Hall, Gainesville, FL 32603, USA

Built in sections between 1947 and 1949, it was designed by the Florida Board of Control's third architect Guy Fulton in the Collegiate Gothic architectural style begun by William Augustus Edwards the first BOC architect in 1905 and continued by his successor Rudolph Weaver, the second BOC architect. It was to be, however, one of the last buildings on campus to remain true to that style. It was named for Joseph Weil, dean of the College of Engineering.

Weil Hall houses the College of engineering deans and also various departments. Civil Engineering and Industrial Engineering are the two predominant colleges that occupy the building. Every year the college's students host an event called "Pig Fest" were the two department's students celebrate the school year's end and compete in various games for dominance and kingdom of Weil Hall.


Weil Hall (Gainesville, Florida) Wikipedia