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Bradfield Hall

The EAS atmospheric science program offices and classrooms are on the 11th floor of Bradfield Hall. Facilities include state-of-the-art computer workstations for students, a computer teaching laboratory, and Northeast Regional Climate Center.

The Bradfield/Emerson complex was completed in 1969 by Ulrich Franzen Associates of New York at an original construction cost of $6.2 million. Bradfield Hall was named after Professor Emeritus Richard Bradfield, an internationally recognized soils and crops specialist.

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Standing eleven stories high, Bradfield remains the tallest building on campus. Most of its laboratories are climate-controlled, so the majority of the building was designed without windows. however, the windows of the 11th floor provide spectacular views of Cornell's campus and the Cayuga Lake valley.