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ASTeCC Building

145 Graham Avenue

Who's Here:

Advanced Science and Technology Commercialization Center

Accessible Entries:

There are three accessible entrances with automatic doors: one facing the Grehan Journalism Building; one which also serves as the entrance to McVey Hall; and one on the south-side of the building facing the Funkhouser Building.


The parking lot behind the Gillis building has 13 accessible spaces. Two of these are van accessible. There are also parking options inside Gate #3, along Library and Funkhouser Drives, with a total of 14 spaces. There are also four spaces behind Funkhouser Building (#54), 9 spaces behind the Slone Building (#53), and 11 spaces are located around the Mineral Industries Building (#51). All spaces require a UK disabled parking permit.

Exterior Access Route:

There are several ways in which to enter the building. Ramps and sidewalk networks surround the building.

Interior Access Route:

The first floor of this building is divided into two areas which are accessed by different doors and are not connected; the second and third floors have no division and are connected. The first floor accessible entrance facing the Grehan Journalism Building accesses rooms A161-A172.

Rest Rooms:

Rest rooms with Braille signage for men and women are accessible on all floors.


Elevators are accessed from the main lobby from both entrances to the first floor.

For Assistance:

There is no information about assistance at this time.

Other Notable Aspects:

There are pedways in the building that connect to Anderson Hall, McVey Hall, and the Raymond Building.

Picture of an entrance to the ASTeCC (this is the entrance that connects to McVey Hall).

Picture of the accessible entrance to the ASTeCC facing the Grehan Journalism Building.

Picture of the south-side accessible entrance to the ASTeCC facing Funkhouser.

For general questions about the UK campus, contact Public Relations.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the accessibility map, contact: Jerry Weisenfluh, Kentucky Geological Survey.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the Building Information Pages, contact: Bethany Overfield, Kentucky Geological Survey.

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