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Wentworth Institute of Technology Buildings

A brief history of Wentworth buildings.

Rubenstein Hall

  • Built in 1910
  • Architects - Peabody and Stearns
  • Rubenstein Hall currently houses supersonic and subsonic wind tunnels, administrative and faculty offices, classrooms, testing labs, and the thermodynamics lab.
  • Formerly, Rubenstein was home to a gymnasium, bookstore, machine shop, robotics and metrology lab, thermodynamics lab, gas welding lab, fluids lab, in addition to faculty offices and electrical power producing steam engines.