EYP/ master planning
/ firm overview Disciplines Architecture, Engineering, Planning, Energy Portfolio Higher Education, Government, Energy Exp...
/ expertise driven design Knowledge. Discovery. Execution. EYP	designers	and	experts	are	passionate	about	what	we	do.	We	h...
/ master planning Our master planning approach is mission and purpose based, geared toward our clients’ fundamental object...
Franklin College Franklin, INCampus Master Plan UpdateThe future unfolds                                eypae.com
Goals: To advance its mission and strategicplan, the College required a framework forsustainable development to preserve t...
Rockhurst University Kansas City, MOCampus Master PlanIn the city for good                                       eypae.com
Goals: To strengthen its identity as aninclusive community resource and tomaximize a constrained urban campus,Rockhurst ne...
Chatham University Pittsburgh, PACampus Master PlanRenewed vision and clarity                                    eypae.com
Goals: As an early signatory of the PresidentsClimate Commitment, the University requireda strategic framework to guide su...
Roger Williams University Bristol,	RICampus Master PlanA view toward the future                                        eyp...
Goals: The University required acomprehensive master plan to support itsstrategic goals for sustainable land developmentto...
Harvard University Cambridge, MAKennedy School of GovernmentFacility Planning StudyCampus concepts                        ...
Goals: The School needed to assess its existingfacilities and space utilization to develop astrategy for near-term improve...
The College of New Jersey Ewing, NJ              Campus Academic and Administrative Facilities              Master Plan200...
Goals: The College of New Jersey sought acampus master plan that could help achieve itsstrategic goals, including, enrollm...
Saint Joseph College West	Hartford,	CT	Master PlanOpening to opportunity                                          eypae.com
Goals: To complement and advance itsmission, the College required a framework forreasoned and sustainable development of i...
Concordia College Moorhead, MNCampus Master PlanRising from a firm foundation                                 eypae.com
Goals: Concordia College sought to supportand advance its mission and strategic initiativesby guiding near-term improvemen...
Transylvania University Lexington, KYCampus Master Plan UpdateTransylvania renews                                        e...
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Dartmouth College Hanover, NH                                                                                             ...
/ planning team Campus master planning is integral to EYP’s Higher Education practice. The planning studio actively engage...
Charles Craig, LEED AP, Senior Master Planner                                                               John Baxter, A...
/ master planning clients Adelphi University                                          Assumption College Ball State Univer...
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  1. 1. EYP/ master planning
  2. 2. / firm overview Disciplines Architecture, Engineering, Planning, Energy Portfolio Higher Education, Government, Energy Expertise Academic Planning and Design, Master Planning, Science, Student Life, Energy, Historic Preservation, Embassies and Consulates Size 315+ architects and engineers. More than 150 LEED® APs. Sustainability Environmental responsibility and energy-conscious design have been fundamental to EYP’s philosophy and practice for more than 35 years. To ensure that our clients benefit from the latest technologies, we have established strategic partnerships with organizations including New Energy New York (NENY), the National Institute for Sustainable Energy (NISE), and the New York State Energy Research Development Authority (NYSERDA). From GHG reduction strategies to green and net zero energy design, we provide practical solutions with long-term value. Recognition • 2010 Company of the Year, Capital District Business Review • 2010 Hot Firm, ZweigWhite • Ranked # 69 among the Top 250 Architecture Firms of 2010 by Architectural Record • Ranked # 166 among the Top 500 Design Firms of 2010 by Engineering News Record • Ranked # 2 for Sustainability among the Top 50 for 2010 by Architect Magazine • 2010 Best Firm to Work For, ZweigWhite eypae.com
  3. 3. / expertise driven design Knowledge. Discovery. Execution. EYP designers and experts are passionate about what we do. We have dedicated our careers to programming, planning, and designing particular types of buildings, and our enthusiasm for learning never ends. Every day, we grow and enhance our deep portfolio by exploring challenging new ideas. Our most successful design outcomes are founded on a journey of discovery with our clients that reveals insights, inspires confidence, and spurs innovation. We are here to listen, create, and inspire. eypae.com
  4. 4. / master planning Our master planning approach is mission and purpose based, geared toward our clients’ fundamental objectives. Our work strives to reflect an appreciation of uniqueness and authenticity in the spirit of the place. Through practiced discipline — study, collaboration, and consensus building — we create forward-thinking, practical frameworks with the power to realize each institution’s vision. We begin by understanding our clients’ goals, needs, and resources in relation to their aspirations and challenges such as sustainability, market competition, demographic trends, and security. The perspective we gain enables us to identify and evaluate the best alternatives for long-term development. eypae.com
  5. 5. Franklin College Franklin, INCampus Master Plan UpdateThe future unfolds eypae.com
  6. 6. Goals: To advance its mission and strategicplan, the College required a framework forsustainable development to preserve thehistoric character of its core campus and itsintegrated land-use and open space patterns.Strategies: EYP assisted the College indefining building requirements and identifyingoptimal sites for new construction and Land Use Patternlandscape improvements. Planning studiesencompassed site analysis and design; buildingcondition and energy survey; preparation of aspace inventory database and space utilizationanalyses; and facility programming.Achievements: Franklin’s new master planreflects the campus’s 175-year evolutionalong the principles of Thomas Jefferson’sacademical village. To meet the College’sgoals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions,the plan features projects for recycling aswell as reinvigorating existing buildings orexpanding them where program requirementssubstantiate the need for additional space. Landdevelopment proposals create athletic andrecreational fields on recently acquired acreageeast of the core campus. Core Open SpaceStatistics:/ Founded 1834/ Enrollment: 1,050/ No. Buildings: 24/ GSF: 535,721/ Acreage: 345 Dame Mallexpertise driven design
  7. 7. Rockhurst University Kansas City, MOCampus Master PlanIn the city for good eypae.com
  8. 8. Goals: To strengthen its identity as aninclusive community resource and tomaximize a constrained urban campus,Rockhurst needed to create a compellingvision to advance academic excellence throughreasoned development.Strategies: Our multidisciplinary team helpedthe University plan for program developmentwhile relating to its residential and commercialcontext. Proposed buildings along a majoravenue will introduce retail spaces or activities,contributing to the local economy and creatinga more porous campus edge that encouragesvisitors. A donor walk will draw pedestriansacross campus green spaces. Sustainableelements such as rain gardens and green roofswill create a more pleasant, sustainable campus,while six sacred spaces will invite quietreflection. Renovation of historic SedgwickHall with addition of a winter garden willestablish a new campus focal point.Achievements: Rockhurst’s plan positions Proposed Campus Development Zonesthe University as a collaborative communitypartner that will help advance civicdevelopment through its campus renewal.Statistics:/ Founded: 1910/ Enrollment: 2,350/ No. Buildings: 23/ GSF: 648,459/ Acreage: 62 Detail / Existing Design Featuresexpertise driven design
  9. 9. Chatham University Pittsburgh, PACampus Master PlanRenewed vision and clarity eypae.com
  10. 10. Goals: As an early signatory of the PresidentsClimate Commitment, the University requireda strategic framework to guide sustainabledevelopment of its core campus as well asestablishment of a satellite location withina nearby urban redevelopment district.Strategies: Campus planning studiesundertook a complete update of the campusspace inventory database and an intensiveutilization analysis of all instructionalspace. Featured proposals included: accessenhancements; energy-savings measures;intensified building reuses and spacereallocations; and a focused program forlandscape refurbishment.Achievements: The plan underscoresChatham’s identity as a champion ofenvironmental responsibility, while establishingthe magnitude of space required for relocationof graduate programs to an urban redevelopmentdistrict, a strategic initiative to advancegraduate programs and the institution’s profile.The interim phase of the plan embraces anear-term no-build strategy. Sites for newconstruction were identified in anticipationof the long-term development of the Shady Detail / Existing Building UsesSide campus.Statistics:/ Founded: 1869/ Enrollment: 1,310/ No. Buildings: 30/ GSF: 602,656/ Acreage: 38 No-build Reuse / Option 1 No-build Reuse / Option 2expertise driven design
  11. 11. Roger Williams University Bristol, RICampus Master PlanA view toward the future eypae.com
  12. 12. Goals: The University required acomprehensive master plan to support itsstrategic goals for sustainable land developmentto consolidate undergraduate student housingon campus and create appropriate academicprogram space, including classrooms andlibrary facilities.Strategies: EYP provided a framework fordeveloping the site and buildings appropriateto the institution’s image and strategic goals.Our team analyzed both current and plannedfacilities and offered recommendations onpotential energy efficiency gains as well asalternative and renewable energy sources.Initiatives are cast for a ten-year timeframewithin the context of a twenty-year landdevelopment strategy.Achievements: The master plan provides theUniversity with a functional framework forsustainable growth to create spaces suitableto its distinctive academic programs. Zoning StudyStatistics:/ Founded: 1956/ Enrollment: 4,000/ No. Buildings: 38/ GSF: 1,198,630/ Acreage: 144 Concept Option Land Usesexpertise driven design
  13. 13. Harvard University Cambridge, MAKennedy School of GovernmentFacility Planning StudyCampus concepts eypae.com
  14. 14. Goals: The School needed to assess its existingfacilities and space utilization to develop astrategy for near-term improvement witha view toward the long-term potential forcampus development.Strategies: Our multidisciplinary teamprovided short-term and long-termimprovement plans for Harvard KennedySchool classrooms and teaching spaces. Ourdesign exploration tested alternative conceptsand the capacity of the existing core campusfor long-term space use and development.Achievements: EYP created a strategicspace program that encompasses the entireHKS campus. We were subsequentlycommissioned by the University to undertakethe first classroom improvement project, the District Zoningrenovation of Weiner Auditorium in TaubmanHall.Statistics:/ Founded: 1936/ Enrollment: 1,020/ No. Buildings: 4 Main Campus/ GSF: 214,754/ Acreage: 2.9 2,547 NASF Classroom Analysis Microclimate StudyExisting Space Uses
  15. 15. The College of New Jersey Ewing, NJ Campus Academic and Administrative Facilities Master Plan2009 - 2011 A campus for integrated transformation eypae.com
  16. 16. Goals: The College of New Jersey sought acampus master plan that could help achieve itsstrategic goals, including, enrollment growth;enhancement of the residential experience;the living/learning environment; and meetingits aspirations for sustainability and energyefficiency.Strategies: The master plan for the College’sacademic precinct encompasses seven differentdepartments housed in eight campus buildings.EYP provided programming, conceptdevelopment, and prioritizing schedules forbuilding replacement, renovation, and newconstruction.Achievements: The College’s master planprovides a unified and integrated solution 2012 - 2014to functional obsolescence in a systematic,prudent, and purposeful manner to advancethe mission and aspirations of the College.Statistics:/ Founded: 1855/ Enrollment: 5,600/ No. buildings: 60+/ GSF: 2,750,000/ Acreage: 289 2015 - 2017 2018 -2021expertise driven design eypae.com
  17. 17. Saint Joseph College West Hartford, CT Master PlanOpening to opportunity eypae.com
  18. 18. Goals: To complement and advance itsmission, the College required a framework forreasoned and sustainable development of itsbuildings and grounds.Strategies: The plan addresses present-daychallenges while anticipating potentials for thefuture. The campus’s Olmsted quadranglesand Collegiate Georgian architecture willbe preserved. Core proposals include therenovation and re-use of iconic campusbuildings; the creation of a new center forallied sciences; and the relocation of groundsservices.Achievements: Site development proposalscelebrate Saint Joseph’s heritage andCatholic identity, while ensuring a learningenvironment appropriate to the College’sfocus on academic excellence and personaldevelopment.Statistics:/ Founded: 1932/ Enrollment: 1,040/ No. Buildings: 20/ GSF: 462,650 Heritage Open Space/ Acreage: 85Olmsted Concept c. 1933 Master Plan Concept
  19. 19. Concordia College Moorhead, MNCampus Master PlanRising from a firm foundation eypae.com
  20. 20. Goals: Concordia College sought to supportand advance its mission and strategic initiativesby guiding near-term improvements throughthe next decade and setting the direction forsustainable long-term campus development.Strategies: EYP’s planning process engagedcampus constituents to draw upon theexperiences and understanding of a wide rangeof participants including students, faculty, staff,administrators, and the College’s Regents. Aspace inventory database, detailing the spaceavailable and subsequently the space neededfor the future, and site analysis drawings wereused to inform discussions, clarify needs, andgenerate proposals for alternative solutions.Achievements: The master plan advances Study for New School of Businessthe excellence of Concordia’s programs andresponds to the evolving needs of its studentswithin a strategic framework for sustainable Proposed Science Buildingdesign and development.Statistics:/ Founded: 1891/ Enrollment: 2,800/ No. Buildings: 45/ GSF: 1,448,587/ Acreage: 113 Proposed Arrival Plaza Proposed School of Business Arrival Plaza Location Proposed Landscape Themesexpertise driven design
  21. 21. Transylvania University Lexington, KYCampus Master Plan UpdateTransylvania renews eypae.com
  22. 22. 12.5 % 15.2 % 23.2 % 18.9% 1.7 % 85.7 % 79.3 % 5.5 % 27.9 % 29.9 %Goals: The 2010 Campus Master Plan Update Classrooms by Sector Beds by Sector Parking by Sectorfor Transylvania University anticipated risinginitiatives at an opportune juncture when mostof the capital improvements advanced by theplan of 2002 had been realized.Strategies: The President and the executiveleadership team met with the EYP team tooutline the objectives of the study and confirmcurrent conditions and oncoming challenges tobe addressed. Baseline statistics were updatedto reflect the evolution of conditions oncampus since the prior study. Capital initiativeswere identified for implementation in threegeneral phases: Preparation – projects forimmediate relief or for staging a focus project;Action – completion of a focus project;and Next Opportunity – the listing of anyimprovements enabled by the completion ofthe focus project.Achievements: The plan update complementsthe University’s recently completed strategicplan and provides Transylvania with clear Update Analysisvision for near-term improvements whilerecommitting and elevating the University’sefforts for responsible environmentalstewardship.Statistics:/ Founded: 1780/ Enrollment: 1,100/ No. Buildings: 35/ GSF: 821,110/ Acreage: 39 main campus Plan Conceptexpertise driven design
  23. 23. Dartmouth College Hanover, NH Energy Master Plan Goals: Dartmouth College strives to be an exemplary steward of the environment. The College tasked EYP with evaluating the environmental aspects of its energy use and the issues and impacts of a variety of future energy options. Strategies: After analyzing current carbon emissions based on the existing campus, EYP extrapolated future emissions from the College’s plans for growth in order to evaluate multiple strategies for reducing the campus’s long-term carbon footprint. We assessed a range of renewable energy source options including solar, wind, landfill gas, and biomass, appraising the impact of eachDartmouth Campus option on the carbon footprint trajectory. Energy systems options included geothermal 2006 Baseline heating and cooling for all future buildings and developing wind power generation. We Tons of C02 provided the client with a decision matrix No Intervention reflecting our evaluations of the economic, 95,000 Electric Cooling technical, environmental, and political viability 90,000 of each alternative energy source to support 85,000 1% Photovoltaic the decision-making process. 80,000 50% Absorption 75,000 #2 Oil 70,000 Achievements: A comprehensive energy 30% Load Reduction in New Construction 65,000 master plan that takes both current and Ground Source Heat in New Construction 60,000 planned facilities into consideration put 2006 2007 2008 30% Reduction & Ground source Heat Pumps in New Construction Dartmouth on a practical path to achieving 2009 2010 2011 30% Reduction All Facilities its sustainability goals of reducing the carbon 2012 2013 2014 2015 footprint, conserving energy, and controlling energy costs.Emissions Reduction Potentials Tracked by Year After Accounting for Planned New Buildings / Projected CO2 Emissions Tons of C02 95,000 Statistics: 92,993 90,000 88,767 90,837 90,963 / GSF: 4,500,000 87,977 86,293 85,000 84,716 / Acreage: 269 82,021 80,000 78,612 75,000 70,000 65,000 60,878 60,000 2006 Baseline 30% Reduction All Facilities 30% Reduction & Ground Source Heat Pumps in New Construction Ground Source Heat in New Construction 30% Load Reduction in New Construction #2 Oil 50% Absorption 1% Photovoltaic Electric Cooling No InterventionEmissions Projected for 2015 eypae.com
  24. 24. / planning team Campus master planning is integral to EYP’s Higher Education practice. The planning studio actively engages with clients to develop responsive and sustainable plans that advance our clients’ fundamental missions and strategic initiatives. Our in-house planning team interacts regularly with other design and engineering experts to inform, refine, and deliver creative proposals for reasoned campus development. EYP master planning addresses trends and emergent issues of critical significance to institutional clients: • reasoned definition of space requirements • effective and efficient space utilization • best sustainable practices for both site and building designs • campus heritage (context) and historic preservation (building) • community relationships – outreach and linkage of both physical relationships and service opportunities • expression of institutional purpose and mission (branding and sense of place) eypae.com
  25. 25. Charles Craig, LEED AP, Senior Master Planner John Baxter, AIA, LEED AP, Residence Life Expert Charles is a Principal and Senior Master Planner with EYP. Formerly, he was a principal in the John is a Principal and Sector Leader for Higher Education at EYP. He has more than 23 years of planning firm of Dober, Lidsky, Craig and Associates, Inc. With 30 years of experience, he has experience in architectural design for college and university clients. His long-term success is the worked on more than 200 assignments for institutional clients, including colleges and universities, result of his ability to listen to the client, be responsive to needs, and provide the necessary team preparatory schools, and museums. Recent clients include Transylvania University, Trinity leadership to deliver quality projects. Recent clients include Northern Virginia Community Washington University, and Rollins College. College, Montgomery College, and Trinity University. David Fixler, FAIA, LEED AP, Historic Preservation Expert Sandy Carroll, AIA, LEED AP, Master Planner David is a Principal and Historic Preservation Expert at EYP. He has more than 30 years of Sandy is a Senior Associate and Master Planner at EYP with more than 19 years of experience experience in the design of significant renovation and restoration projects involving eighteenth- in programming and designing a diverse array of building types. His primary focus is on master through twentieth-century structures. A prolific author and sought-after lecturer on architectural planning, residential housing for students and faculty, and learning environments, including history, preservation, and design, he specializes in the preservation of twentieth century buildings. academic classrooms and teaching laboratories. Recent clients include Rollins College, His work has appeared in Architecture, Architectural Record, Journal of the Society of Architectural Concordia College, and Franklin College. Historians, APT Bulletin, Metropolis, Cultural Resources Management, Traditional Buildings, Spazio (Italy), and PTAH (Finland). Recent clients include Harvard University, Princeton University, and the United Nations. Heather Taylor, AIA, LEED AP Heather Taylor has nearly 20 years of experience as an architect, project executive, and project Elissa Kellett, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Academic Expert director; she has deep familiarity and extensive experience with all project phases from campus master Elissa is a Principal and Project Executive at EYP. She has more than 25 years of experience help- planning and programming to construction administration. Her work focuses on the planning and ing clients envision and realize capital projects that further their mission and reflect the character of programming of academic teaching facilities, including undergraduate science and research their institutions. She has developed campus master plans, space requirements programs, program laboratories, libraries and classrooms. Heather is a regular speaker at meetings of the Society for justifications, and fundraising packages that have helped public and private institutions to create College and University Planners (SCUP) and related, higher education-focused organizations. momentum, and attract funding for large-scale projects. Recent clients include Tidewater Community College, Rockhurst University, and James Madison University Peter Ottavio, PE, LEED AP As Director of Engineering, Peter Ottavio oversees EYP’s engineering department, including the structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and energy disciplines. With more than 38 Charles Kirby, AIA, LEED AP, Science Expert years of experience, and registration in 17 states, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in Charles is a Principal and Science Expert for EYP. He has more than three decades of the design, commissioning, and energy evaluation of educational, industrial, corporate, and state and experience in the design of college and university facilities with a focus on science laboratories, local government facilities. Mr. Ottavio has extensive experience designing complex systems for undergraduate/graduate teaching, and distance learning facilities that support multiple learning large-scale projects in technology-rich buildings. His expertise and achievements have earned two styles and fully integrate technology. Recent projects include Trinity University, The University first-place regional ASHRAE Energy Conservation Awards. He shares his energy conservation of Scranton, and College of the Holy Cross. expertise by speaking locally and nationally on energy conservation in historic buildings and integrating modern systems into historic structures. Bob Kennedy, PE, CEM, LEED AP, Energy Expert Bob is a Principal and Director of Energy Consulting Services for EYP. He has been responsible for the analysis, design, financing, and construction of over $100M in comprehensive energy upgrades for colleges and universities, hospitals, and government facilities. Recent clients include Emory University, Washington & Lee University, and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.expertise driven design eypae.com
  26. 26. / master planning clients Adelphi University Assumption College Ball State University Black Hills State University Boston College Brandeis University Cabrini College Catholic University of America, The Chatham University Clinton Community College College of New Jersey, The College of St. Elizabeth’s, The Colgate University Concordia College Dominican College Duke University* Franklin College Gallaudet University Harvard Business School* Harvard University Johns Hopkins University Loyola University Chicago* Marist College Marshall University* Mercy College Middlebury College Montgomery College Mohawk Valley Community College Muskingum University New Jersey City University Orange County Community College Randolph-Macon Woman’s College* Rochester Institute of Technology Rockhurst University Roger Williams University Sage Colleges, The Skidmore College Siena College Spring Hill College St. Joseph’s College of Maine St. Joseph College (CT) Swarthmore College Transylvania University Trinity College U.S. Coast Guard Academy U.S. Naval Academy United World College University at Albany, SUNY University Heights University of Iowa University of Miami* University of New Haven University of Saint Thomas* University of Southern Maine University of Vermont University of Wisconsin Virginia Tech University Worcester Polytechnic Institute * EYP’s Senior Master Planner, Charles Craig, completed these projects while a Principal with Dober, Lidsky, Craig and Associates, Inc. eypae.com
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  28. 28. Campus Context Environs Topography / contact Charles Craig, LEED® AP Senior Master Planner 617 305 9891 ccraig@eypae.com John Baxter, AIA, LEED® AP Higher Education Sector Leader 202 471 5005 jbaxter@eypae.comProperty Zoning Land Use eypae.comContact Hours Building Use Students in ResidenceVehicular Circulation / Parking Pedestrian Circulation Design FeaturesCampus Analysis eypae.com

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