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The Changing Campus: 2003

The 1987 master plan had been completed with the construction of 6 buildings, additions to 2, and various grounds projects including: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Kent Hale Smith Engineering & Science Building, Kelvin Smith Library, Veale Convocation and Recreation Center, Richard F. Celeste Biomedical Research Building, and the Dively Building.

The Frank Adgate Quail Building and Pardee Hall, both homes to the University Archives, were razed.

Campus planning did not end with the completion of Pytte’s master plan, as the Peter B. Lewis Building, the Agnar Pytte Center for Science Education and Research, along with an addition to the Law School, and a new wing for the Medical School Building (renamed the Harland Goff Wood Building in 1992) were added to campus. In 2003 construction also began on the North Residential Village: new dormitories and athletic facilities for undergraduate students, located on East 115th Street.

Number of buildings in use by CWRU in 2003: 101.

This map reveals some of the campus changes since 1990 including the additions of the MSASS Building, Dively Center and Peter B. Lewis Building all at the intersection of Ford and Bellflower Roads.
Information was compiled by staff of the Case Western Reserve University Archives, November 2004.