McLaughlin Hall

Built 1931. Named for Donald McLaughlin, a professor at Harvard and Berkeley, first dean of engineering (1941-43), UC Regent (1951-67), and Peruvian gold mining tycoon. The building was designed by George Kelham and houses the main offices of the College of Engineering.

Building Details

Floors: 6

Accessible entrances: The building is only usable through the adjacent O'Brien Breezeway entrance, which provides an automatic opener and leads to level two of McLaughlin Hall.

Restrooms: Both the men's and the women's restrooms on the first level provide stalls with grab bars and side transfer capabilities.

Designated waiting area: In an emergency evacuation across the breezeway to O'Brien Hall.

Emergency evacuation cabinet: Located across the breezeway in O'Brien Hall.

Pictures of McLaughlin Hall

The front side of McLaughlin Hall, facing east. The accessible path is an alternate entrance on the right side of the building.

McLaughlin Hall


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