Perkins Building

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Title

Perkins Building

Subject

EKU Building

Description

The Perkins Building is named for Congressman Carl D. Perkins from the Seventh Congressional District of Kentucky, an outspoken advocate of student aid programs, including federal scholarships, work study and student loans. The building, constructed in 1980, is a multi-purpose three-story, brick structure, designed for public use as a complete conference center and site for short-term non-credit special activities.

Date

Created: 1980

Relation

HasPart: Hummel Planetarium

Format

77,055 (Assignable Sq. Ft)

Type

Physical Object

Coverage

"Eastern Kentucky University,
Richmond, KY,
Madison County, KY,
USA
37.73088,-84.303106"

Architect

Wilson Bond and Associates

Dedication Date

1979-11-25

Original Cost

$6,317,104.00

Most Recent Renovation Date

1983

Named After

Carl D. Perkins - Congressman

Geolocation

Citation

“Perkins Building ,” Discover EKU, accessed May 26, 2017, http://discovereku.omeka.net/items/show/847.