Following the completion of a strategic plan, the university needed a master plan update to reflect its goals and to begin planning for a new expansion zone.
This plan develops both the undergrad and medical campuses as mature, high-quality urban environments for education, research, and patient care.
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.
A new physical master plan that follows the Georgia Board of Regents’ template was needed to assist the University of Georgia with a period of rapid growth.
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.
To accommodate increasing enrollment from 16,000 to 25,000 students, this plan identifies strategies for growth with responsible use of resources.
The master plan respects the heritage of this former psychiatric hospital while allowing for 750,000 SF of new and renovated spaces for campus growth.
With a goal of becoming a leader in research, this master plan builds on the university’s strategic plan for research and interdisciplinary curricula.
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.
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.