Ayers Saint Gross has been working continuously with Washington University in St. Louis on various planning projects since 2008.
Drivers of the 20-year campus master plan include academic discovery, meaningful connections with the community, and incorporating natural elements into the campus aesthetic.
This vision for the master plan aims to improve land-use efficiency, sustainability, and building quality, particularly within the south campus.
Working with CMU for 10+ years, Ayers Saint Gross has guided the development of a framework for growth that supports innovative facilities while enhancing the overall quality and character of campus.
The Homewood campus plan and subsequent updates reroutes roads through campus and adds green space, quads, streetscapes, and new building sites.
The College’s goal of becoming one of the pre-eminent art schools is supported by this master plan for increasing cross-disciplinary interaction.
The new vision for the campus is a compact, connected, and coherent setting, while serving the college’s practical need to supply new facilities and infrastructure.
To support the University’s strategic vision, Ayers Saint Gross developed a comprehensive master plan that meets zoning requirements and responds to a new direction under a change in leadership.
The Campus Master Plan sets forth a comprehensive guide to steering the physical development of the main campus so the institution can better respond to both immediate and future needs.
This plan guides the growth of Harvard University on more than 200 acres of brownfield for the potential development of more than 9M GSF of mixed uses.
The master plan for USC’s 79-acre health sciences campus establishes a framework for guiding physical development over the next 25 to 30 years.