The Wilfred B. Young building is an educational building located on UConn’s Storrs campus at the foot of Horse Barn Road.
The University of Connecticut underwent a major construction program in the years following World War I and one of the new buildings in said program was the College of Agriculture built in 1953. The building was later named after Wilfred B. Young, a dean of the school from 1944 to 1966.
Kronenberger & Sons did an entire brick façade renovation on the East and South side of the building, along with putting in a granite staircase alongside the South-West corner of the building.