Comprehensive Campus Master Plan Open Forum #2 Presentation

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Comprehensive Campus Master Plan Open Forum #2 Presentation

  1. 1. COMPREHENSIVE CAMPUS MASTER PLAN PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY GouldEvans 10.27.2010
  2. 2. 
 GOALS for the MASTER PLAN
  3. 3. THE MASTER PLAN SHOULD: BE PROACTIVE IN PROVIDING A PLANNED AND PURPOSEFUL FUTURE • ENHANCE THE LEARNING/LIVING ENVIRONMENT • ALIGN FACILITIES WITH STRATEGIC NEEDS AND GROWTH • BRIDGE E-W CAMPUS • INSTITUTIONALIZE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY • MAXIMIZE OPERATING EFFICIENCIES GOALS • BE SAFE AND SECURE • DEFINE & ENHANCE CAMPUS AESTHETICS • ENHANCE ENGAGEMENT WITH EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS
  4. 4. 40% 19% 13% 20% 8% PARKING DISTRIBUTION +/-4,000 SPACES
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  6. 6. • MASTER PLAN PROVIDES A PATTERN FOR LONG TERM DEVELOPMENT • OVERALL CAMPUS GROWTH IS PLANNED AT 1% TO 2% PER YEAR, FOR NEXT 10 YEARS • KTC GROWTH IS AT 5% TO 7% PER YEAR, FOR NEXT 10 YEARS • SOME GROWTH WILL BE VIRTUAL GROWTH • CAMPUS WIDE SMALL CLASSROOM STOCK NEEDS TO BE INCREASED • HARTMAN REPRESENTS A REASONABLE OPTION FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSROOM/LAB STOCK • EACH DEPARTMENT HAS UNIQUE FACILITY ISSUES THAT WILL BE ADDRESSED ON A BUILDING BY BUILDING BASIS • BUILDING BY BUILDING RENOVATION WILL ADDRESS SPECIFIC CLASSROOM, ACCESSIBILITY, STUDY/WORK/SOCIAL SPACE, CONFERENCE, FACULTY OFFICES NEEDS • A SMALL STOCK OF GENERAL CLASSROOMS WILL BE UTILIZED AS A RELIEF VALVE FOR SCHEDULING ISSUES • PARKING IS EXPANDED IN EVERY OPTION PROPORTIONAL TO SPACE EXPANSION • HOUSING IS EXPANDED • THE CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM COULD BE MODIFIED TO SERVE CAMPUS NEEDS BETTER GUIDING CONCLUSIONS
  7. 7. FINI
  8. 8. • MASTER PLAN WINDOW • IMPLEMENTATION/TIMING • CULTURE OF OWNERSHIP/DEPARTMENTAL IDENTITY • HOUSING PROCESS

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