Geology Hall at Rutgers University
Nestled in the Rutgers New Brunswick campus you’ll find one of the oldest collegiate geology collections in the United States. Designed by architect Henry James Hardenbergh and erected in 1872, this historic building is host to offices, classrooms, and a museum. With exhibits from dinosaurs, to mummies, to minerals, the appeal is universal for students and visitors alike.
Wu & Associates is currently restoring the historic stairwell, architectural woodwork, and renovating office space, to ensure that this educational treasure will continue to delight for years to come.
Location: New Brunswick, NJ
Owner: Rutgers University
Architect: Ford3 Architects