|Address:||2045 East Mall, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z1|
|Hours:||Mon to Fri: 7:30AM - 5:00PM (After-hours access possible with valid UBC card)|
|Thomas Carlyle Hebb|
|Original building:||Thompson Berwick and Pratt Architects|
|Current building:||Acton Ostry Architects|
The Hebb Building, or Hebb, is a six-storey building located at the University of British Columbia's Point-Grey Campus. It is used mainly by the UBC Department of Physics and Astronomy. The Hebb Building is connected to the Hennings Building by a skywalk between the third floors of both buildings.
The original Hebb Building was built in 1964, and was named after Thomas Carlyle Hebb - the first Head of the UBC Department of Physics. The building underwent an upgrade and renovations were completed in 2019.
- Acoustic and optic labs
- Learning centre
- Lecture theatre
- Rooftop telescope dome