D'Iorio Hall

D'Iorio Hall

 

Location

10 Marie Curie

Building code

DRO

Building Description

Built at a cost of $26 million and completed in 1993, D’Iorio Hall is home to the Departments of Chemistryand Biology. The building holds about 66,000 square feet of state-of-the-art research laboratories and classrooms.

It was named after distinguished scientist Dr. Antoine D’Iorio, who was Rector from 1984 to 1990. During his 29-year association with the university, Dr. D’Iorio was professor and Chairman of Biochemistry, Secretary and Vice-Dean of Medicine, Dean of Science and Engineering, and Vice-Rector (Academic).

Scent free zone

Help us keep the air we share healthy and fragrance-free. The chemicals used in scented products can make some people sick, especially those with fragrance sensitivities, asthma, allergies and other medical conditions. Please do not wear perfume, cologne, aftershave and other fragrance. Use unscented personal care products.

Floor Plans

Please select one of the floor options below to find information about barrier-free paths, entrances, elevators and more.

 

Level 0

Floor plan

DRO - 00

Accessible map - DRO level 0

Barrier-Free Path

  • See the path in blue.

Washrooms

Multi-stall washrooms
  • 003, 004

Passenger elevators

  • 026C
Level 1

Floor plan

DRO - 01

Accessible map - DRO level 1

Barrier-Free Path

  • See the path in blue.

Washrooms

Multi-stall washrooms
  • 114, 115

Passenger elevators

  • 102A, 135A
Level 2

Floor plan

DRO - 02

Accessible map - DRO level 2

Barrier-Free Path

  • See the path in blue.

Washrooms

Multi-stall washrooms
  • 215, 216

Passenger elevators

  • 211A, 238B
Level 3

Floor plan

DRO - 03

Accessible map - DRO level 3

Barrier-Free Path

  • See the path in blue.

Washrooms

Multi-stall washrooms
  • 317, 318

Passenger elevators

  • 312A, 324A
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