"Chapter 7: The Campus Master Plan"
Author: Wheeler, Jim, and Adam Gross
Published In: Planning and Managing the Campus Facilities Portfolio
The successful campus plan is the embodiment and physical expression of an institution's academic undertakings. Discusses typical outcomes found in a campus plan and includes illustrations of several historic campus plans. Covers steps necessary for assessing the campus, including project space needs, physical analysis, and mapping; determining responsible capacity of the land; making the most of the surroundings; and sustaining the campus master plan.
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