"Right-sizing in the 1990s -- Shaping the Future with Master Planning"
Author: Reeve, John R.
Published In: Proceedings of the 1995 Educational Conference
Presentation at APPA's 82nd Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Determining the right size for a campus, as if it would be fixed, is a misguided goal. The master plan for "right-sizing" represents a coordinated set of actions concerning redeploying facility assets to meet the strategic goals of the institution. Presents the why, what, when, and how of master planning as a proactive response to the future and a rational approach to "right-sizing." Discusses strategic direction, needs assessment/programming, building analysis, and site analysis.
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