"Chapter 53: The Campus Infrastructure"
Author: Mayer, Frederick W.
Published In: Facilities Management: A Manual for Plant Administration, third edition
The creation of a physically inviting campus environment necessitates attention to the spaces between the buildings and to the nonarchitectural elements of campus design as much as to the architecture. Focusing on the nonarchitectural design elements, provides information to development and operate a successful campus infrastructure. Covers circulation, parking, major open spaces (i.e., plazas and malls), paving and hard surfaces, landscape, campus furniture, way-finding and signage, lighting, refuse and waste removal, art and artifacts, and accomodations for persons with disabilities.
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