| Above Illustration, ‘Red Bicycle & Small Flowering Tree’ Painted by Artist, JoAnne Horsfall Beasley

 
 
 
 
Contact


 


Addresses

for mailing:
Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials (GLAM)
McCullough Building
476 Lomita Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-4045

for shipping:
Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials (GLAM)
McCullough Building
South Service Road
Stanford, CA 94305-4045

  At GLAM


 


Paul C. McIntyre, Director, GLAM
Phone: 725-9806
email: pcm1@stanford.edu

Ian Fisher, Deputy Director, GLAM
Phone: 723-5821
email: irfisher@stanford.edu

Stanford Who

  Emergency
 

Larry Candido
Facilities and Safety Manager
Phone: 723-7546
email: lhc@stanford.edu

Mark Gibson
Laboratory Services Coordinator
Phone: 723-4006
email: mdg@stanford.edu

Facilities Buildings, Grounds and Utilities Emergencies
Phone: 723-2281 (24/7)
http://facilities.stanford.edu

Medical/Fire/Police Emergencies
Emergency Phone: 9-911
campus phones 911 public/mobile phones
Campus Police: 723-9633
http://www.stanford.edu/group/SUDPS/

Hazardous Material Spills (no injury/no health threat involved)
Emergency Phone: 725-9999
http://www.stanford.edu/dept/EHS/prod/index.html

Stanford Emergency Information
Hotlines: 725-5555 and 1-800-89SHAKE
https://emergency.stanford.edu/emergency

  Directions
 

Stanford University Parking and Transportation
http://transportation.stanford.edu/index.shtml

Map to the McCullough Building & Parking
Locator map
Note: The password to open this map is “stanford”. (Map will open slowly).

From Interstate 101, exit onto Embarcadero Road West. Continue onto Embarcadero Road for approximately
2 miles and drive across El Camino Real. You will then be on the Stanford campus. Embarcadero Road becomes Galvez Street. Stay in the left lane until you pass Arboretum Road. Then switch to the right lane. Turn right onto Campus Drive East. After passing Palm Drive, Campus Drive East will become Campus Drive West. On your right, you will pass the Stanford Medical Center, then the Clark Center. There will be a stop sign at Via Ortega.

Turn left ontoVia Ortega. Continue on Via Ortega until you come to the four-story parking structure near the end of Via Ortega and Panama Drive.
From Interstate 280 driving south, take the Sand Hill Road exit to the east (toward Palo Alto / Stanford) for approximately 1-1/2 miles. Continue east, turning right at the traffic signal on Santa Cruz Avenue. Turn left immediately at the next traffic signal onto Junipero Serra Boulevard. Turn left at the next traffic signal, Campus Drive West. Continue around Campus Drive West as it curves to the right. Turn right on Via Ortega. Continue on Via Ortega until you come to the four-story parking structure near the end of Via Ortega and Panama Drive.

From Interstate 280 driving north, take the Alpine Road exit to the east (toward Palo Alto / Stanford) for approximately 1-1/2 miles and turn right at the next traffic signal onto Junipero Serra Boulevard. Turn left at the next traffic signal, Campus Drive West. Continue around Campus Drive West as it curves to the right. Turn right on Via Ortega. Continue on Via Ortega until you come to the four-story parking structure near the end of Via Ortega and Panama Drive.

Parking: On the corner of Via Ortega and Panama Drive on the right side, there is a parking structure. If you have been provided with a parking permit, park in an “A” slot. Otherwise, you will need quarters to park in a Visitor slot. (Do NOT use an A-permit in metered parking areas.) Parking enforcement hours end after 4 pm on weekdays.

McCullough Building: There are posted signs that indicate the location of the McCullough Building. Walking down South Service Road, on your left side you will see the new Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building (Y2E2). Trailers for contractors are located on your right. Beyond the new Y2E2 building, there is a very large construction area on your left. Continue to the end of South Service Road (walking under a pedestrian bridge). The McCullough loading dock is located at the very end of South Service Road. Enter through the loading dock double doors. You will be in the shipping/receiving area where the elevator is located.