For Campus Planning the implementation (design and construction) of our changing physical environments is key to advancing the strategic vision of the university, the University Campus Master Plan and enhancing campus and community life.
Under the direction of the Project Management Office (PMO), Campus Planning is consulted as stewards of the master plan and the guiding force for new construction projects. Campus Planning reviews the implementation of projects during the design process as they evolve in conceptual stages in advance of preparing costly construction documentation (drawings and specifications).
Design with Purpose
There are many physical attributes and arrangements that contribute to a memorable University experience. The routes we take, the sequence of public realm and outdoor spaces we pass, buildings we move through and the places we gather, learn and work in are all experiences made possible by purposeful design and planning. Following an organized plan and relying on expert training and experience to design and deliver projects increases the propensity of outcomes to be successful.
Campus buildings aspire to a higher standard and capital development is intended to have been performed with longevity and sustainable performance in mind. Due consideration during all planning and implementation phases is crucial to successful projects.
This section thematically describes our intention for architecture, landscapes, accessibility and other design criteria.