The goals of the plan were to improve education by lowering student-to-faculty ratios, expanding lab and research space, and maintaining enrollment.
To accommodate increasing enrollment from 16,000 to 25,000 students, this plan identifies strategies for growth with responsible use of resources.
This master plan for increasing cross-disciplinary interaction supports the college’s goal of becoming one of the nation’s best art schools.
Salisbury University’s 10-year facilities master plan establishes guidelines for the orderly growth and development of capital improvements for current and projected needs.
This comprehensive master plan located on a 10,000-acre island houses several university campuses with shared amenities and an ecopark.
This master plan reflects the university’s Catholic mission and values, supports academic excellence, fosters a collegiate atmosphere, and creates a more cohesive campus.
Ayers Saint Gross developed a master plan that connects new facilities to the campus core and ensures the site functions as an important link between the campus and a new mixed-use development.
The 272 acres once occupied by a Chrysler assembly plant next to the University of Delaware are envisioned as a new research and technology campus.
An integrated master plan combines sustainable strategies balancing long-term environmental, social, and economic health for the university.
In order to ignite entrepreneurial spirit, commercialize technologies, and foster collaboration, this plan supports the University’s three-part mission of research, teaching, and services.
The BioPark plan adds 1.4 million GSF of research and office buildings, parking facilities, and open green spaces to the blighted west side of Baltimore.