|WATCH: Freeman Hall being torn down|
|by Tony Crumpton - Associate Editor - Wednesday, July 9, 2014 1:02 PM||
Construction crews are slowing starting to tear down Freeman Hall on Wednesday afternoon. The building was constructed back in 1926.
Freeman Hall houses the Industrial Engineering Department and its last major renovation was in 1965. It was named after Edwin Jones Freeman who was a professor of industrial engineering from 1924-1961.
Video description: The front part of Freeman is starting to come down #Clemson #summerconstruction
Information from Clemson release
The Freeman Hall expansion project will add approximately 24,000 square feet of office, classroom and auditorium space to Freeman Hall, which houses the Industrial Engineering Department. The addition is slated for the western side of the existing building. Accessibility will be enhanced through this project, and necessary infrastructure will be upgraded.
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