Superconductivity Center

Building Information:

  • 100 South Goodwin Avenue
    Urbana, IL 61801

  • Building #95
  • Located as a link between Engineering Sciences Building and Seitz Materials Research Laboratory.

Graphical Map: (click on building to see floor plans)

Superconductivity Center Site Plan Advanced Computation Building Ceramics Kiln House Nuclear Radiations Laboratory Mechanical Engineering Building Loomis Laboratory of Physics Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Ceramics Building Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory Engineering Sciences Building

Graphical Key:

North Arrow symbol North Solid Arrow symbol Automatic Doors outlined arrow symbol Accessible Entry bus symbol MTD Bus Stop

Textual Key:

North is Up.
Outlined Arrow denotes Accessible Entry, Solid Arrow denotes Automatic Door, Yellow Star denotes MTD Bus Stop.

Textual Map:

Accessibility Information:

Accessible Entries:

Use the automatic door entry on the south side of the Engineering Sciences Building. The east entrance is on grade, however doors are heavy.


There is 1 designated accessible parking space in Lot B21. Unrestricted metered parking is available along Goodwin Avenue.

Contact the Division of Campus Parking and Transportation at (217)333-3530, FAX (217)244-6863 or

Interior Access Route:

Enter through Engineering Sciences Building, go up the elevator to the Second floor. The doors to the Superconductivity Center are heavy.

Or, enter through the heavy doors of Materials Research Laboratory to access the First floor the the Superconductivity Center.


All restrooms for men are accessible.
All restrooms for women are accessible.


An elevator is needed but is not provided to change floors in this building. To change floors use Engineering Sciences Building. See Interior Access Route.

Floor Plans:

To send suggestions and/or comments refer to the contact list.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
This page was created by C. Jonathan Clark in the Office for Planning, Design & Construction.
Last modified: Thursday, September 2, 2004