During the 1960s, campus administrators went forward with post-World War II construction plans, adding a number of new buildings. The first building constructed was the new Auto Shop (the 910 Building), shown here in 2011 with students relaxing outside. As with the buildings constructed during the 1950s, the architects were William H. Taylor and George S. Conner (Taylor & Conner). Taylor continued to design his preferred reinforced concrete, boxlike buildings trimmed with metal and red brick facings. The familiar temporary buildings (T-9 through T-12) beside the north parking lot were pulled down to make way for the new shop. In June 1966, the auto mechanics service yard was expanded to provide more space for students.