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|University of the Pacific Burns Tower|
|University of the Pacific|
Stockton CA United States
| - monument|
| - mechanical|
| - office|
| - university|
| - highrise|
| - tower|
| - water tower|
| - neo-gothic|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Spire||178 ft||Thomas Congrave, University of the Pacific Facilties Engineeer, April 11, 2007|
|to tip of decorative spires|
|Roof||155 ft||Thomas Congrave, University of the Pacific Facilties Engineeer, April 11, 2007|
|to roof parapet wall|
|Roof deck||151 ft||Thomas Congrave, University of the Pacific Facilties Engineeer, April 11, 2007|
|to roof deck|
Architect: Howard G. Bissell/Glen H. Mortensen
• General Contractor: Nomellini Construction
• Length x Width: 9 meters x 9 meters
• The tower is named after Robert E. Burns, the president of the university from 1946 until 1971.
• The tower includes a carrillon, an unused 150,000 water tank, and the offices for the Center for Professional & Continuing Education (CPCE), and Pacific's Brubeck Institute.
• The facade is constructed of reinforced concrete, and the tower consists of 200,000 pounds of reinforcing steel and 6 million pounds of concrete.
• This tower originally held a 91-foot antenna mast on its roof, which has since been removed.
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