Trammell Crow Building
Donated by Trammell Crow in 1987, this is one of three buildings comprising the Cox School of Business Complex. The addition of the Crow Building tripled the size of the business school's original facility. The Crow building and the Maguire buildings have mirror-image facades.
In 2005 and 2006, the Cox School completely renovated the three buildings that have served as its home for decades. Together, the Crow, Fincher, and Maguire buildings house classrooms and faculty and administrative offices. The Business Information Center (BIC) combines library features with online computer capabilities in a worldwide information-retrieval system. In the fall of 2011 SMU Cox dedicated a completely renovated BIC library, and adjacent Kitt Investment and Trading Center.
In conjunction with the Ann Rife Cox Undergraduate and Nancy Chambers Underwood Graduate student-managed investment portfolios, the 32-seat Kitt Center gives students the opportunity to learn practical finance and investment applications. Inspired by Mr. Kitt’s years in the financial markets, the Kitt Investing and Trading Center contains a 1,200-square-foot LED stock ticker, three video walls, 22 high-end work stations and 10 Bloomberg Professional terminals, with state-of-the-art data feeds and financial software.
The Crow Building houses classrooms, offices and the recently established William J. O'Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom. The ground levels serve as a hub for the Cox School of Business including the BIC, the Kitt Center, study areas and Einstein's Bagels.
The Crow Building is on the south side of the Cox School's campus, directly across a rose garden from the McGuire Building. A third floor walkway connects the Crow Building to professor and administrative offices in the Fincher Building.