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Comprehensive Campus Master Plan Open Forum 3/10/2011

  1. 1. COMMUNITY MEETINGS3.10.2011COMPREHENSIVE CAMPUS MASTER PLANPITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITYGouldEvans
  2. 2. SCHEDULEComprehensive Campus Master PlanPITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSTIYGould Evans 28 July 2010 2010 2011 M J J A S O N D J F MSteering Committee Meetings *TOWN HALL MEETINGSPHASE 1 - RESEARCH * Project InitiationProject Orientation * Data GatheringStrategic Plan AuditCampus Site AuditCampus Facilities AuditStakeholder MeetingsMEP Systems AssessmentTraffic AssessmentSpace Needs AssessmentData Assessment * Review FindingsPHASE 2 - EXPLORATIONAlternatives * Consider AlternativesPlan Direction * Define Desired DirectionPHASE 3 - DIRECTIONMaster Plan DocumentImplementation Strategy * Reviews of Draft PlanAdoption
  3. 3. ALIGNMENT withSTRATEGIC PLAN
  4. 4. GOALS• BE PROACTIVE IN PROVIDING A PLANNED AND PURPOSEFUL FUTURE• ENHANCE THE LEARNING AND LIVING ENVIRONMENT• ALIGN FACILITIES WITH STRATEGIC NEEDS AND GROWTH• RECOGNIZE AND BRIDGE THE EAST AND WEST AREAS OF CAMPUS• MAXIMIZE OPERATING EFFICIENCIES• FOSTER A SAFE AND SECURE CAMPUS• DEFINE & ENHANCE CAMPUS AESTHETICS• ENHANCE ENGAGEMENT WITH EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS• INSTITUTIONALIZE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
  5. 5. A voluntary, self-assessment tool providing a clear and thoroughsystem by which higher education institutions can benchmarkwhere they are today and set goals for the future.
  6. 6. EXHIBIT: UNIVERSITY PROPERTY LINE
  7. 7. EXHIBIT: 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN
  8. 8. EXHIBIT: CURRENT CAMPUS PLAN
  9. 9. EXHIBIT: UNIVERSITY-OWNED REAL ESTATE
  10. 10. A. B. A: greek housing B: apartmentsEXHIBIT: OTHER REAL ESTATE ON CAMPUS
  11. 11. Academic Physical Plant University Housing Recreation/Athletics Administration Student/Faculty OtherEXHIBIT: USE DISTRICTS
  12. 12. A. B. A: view from west B: view from southEXHIBIT: OPEN SPACE
  13. 13. EXHIBIT: TREE PLAN
  14. 14. ParkingEXHIBIT: ROADWAYS AND PARKING
  15. 15. 40% 13% 20% 19% 8% +/- 4,000 SPACESEXHIBIT: PARKING DISTRIBUTION
  16. 16. EXHIBIT: PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION
  17. 17. EXHIBIT: TOPOGRAPHY
  18. 18. EXHIBIT: UTILITY-TUNNEL
  19. 19. EXHIBIT: UTILITY-WATER
  20. 20. EXHIBIT: UTILITY-ELECTRICAL
  21. 21. EXHIBIT: UTILITY-DATA
  22. 22. EXHIBIT: UTILITY-SEWER
  23. 23. EXHIBIT: UTILITY-SANITARY SEWER
  24. 24. 5 min. 10 min. 15 min. 20 min.EXHIBIT: WALKABILITY
  25. 25. B. A. Positive Neutral Negative A: approach from south B: approach from westEXHIBIT: EXTERIOR CHARACTER
  26. 26. Good/Excellent Neutral Poor/UnsatisfactoryEXHIBIT: EXTERIOR BUILDING CONDITIONS
  27. 27. Good/Excellent Neutral Poor/UnsatisfactoryEXHIBIT: INTERIOR BUILDING CONDITIONS
  28. 28. Good/Excellent Neutral Poor/UnsatisfactoryEXHIBIT: ENGINEERED SYSTEMS CONDITIONS
  29. 29. UTILIZATION:CLASSROOM ANALYSIS
  30. 30. 8AM 9AM 10AM 11AM 12AM 1PM 2PM 3PM 8AM 9:30AM11AM 12:30PM 2PM 3:30PMFAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCE GRUBBS HALLHARTMAN HALLHUGHES HALLKELCE HALLKANSAS TECHNOLOGY CENTERPORTER HALLMCPHERSON HALLRUSS HALLWEEDE HALL STUDENT REC CENTERWHITESITT HALLYATES HALL M.W.F. SCHEDULE T.TH. SCHEDULE
  31. 31. 22.2% ROOM CAP 38.9% 48.4% 43.9% 50.1% 26.5% COURSE CAP FILLED SEATS 24.0% 51.3% 2090 23.6% 2891 1727 1958 CLASSROOM 1837 2061 UTILIZATION 1737 1611 4761 1359 1082 2562 114222.5% 9.6% 926 35.8% 1509 1677 15.5% 583 411 467 531 586 257 169 229 GH HH KC MH PH RHREC WH HA MPFAM YHKTC
  32. 32. .FIT COURSE VS.CLASSROOM STOCK
  33. 33. 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 COURSE STOCK 0-20 24 74 21-40 264 440 41-60 61 208 61-80 17 72 CLASSROOM STOCK81-100 18 24 100+ 0 24 229 CAMPUS: COURSE VS. CLASSROOM STOCK
  34. 34. NEED MORE 0-20 CAP 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400CLASSROOMS COURSE STOCK 0-20 24 74 21-40 264 440 41-60 61 208 61-80 17 72 CLASSROOM STOCK 81-100 1824 OVERAGE OF LARGER 100+ 0 24 CLASSROOM STOCK 229 CAMPUS: COURSE VS. CLASSROOM STOCK
  35. 35. UTILIZATION:PART II: LAB ANALYSIS
  36. 36. 8AM 9AM 10AM 11AM 12AM 1PM 2PM 3PM 8AM 9:30AM11AM 12:30PM 2PM 3:30PMFAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCEGRUBBS HALLHUGHES HALLHECKERT-WELLS HALLKANSAS TECHNOLOGY CENTERPORTER HALL STUDENT REC CENTERWHITESITT HALLYATES HALL M.W.F. SCHEDULE T.TH. SCHEDULE
  37. 37. ROOM CAP 27.1% 29.8%FILLED SEATS LAB UTILIZATION 2129 41.1% 791 1611 23.6% 2016 35.9% 943 856 28.7% 665 610 660 10.4% 29.5% 17.9% 365 531 215 141 342 230 204 HW GH HH PH KTC REC YH FAM MH
  38. 38. ROOM CAP 27.1% COURSE 29.8% CAPFILLED SEATS LAB UTILIZATION 2129 41.1% 791 1611 23.6% 2016 35.9% 943 856 28.7% 665 610 660 10.4% 29.5% 17.9% 365 531 215 141 342 230 204 HW GH HH PH KTC REC YH FAM MH
  39. 39. PH RH MP 1.4% 0.1% 5.4% MH REC 14 0.7% 1.5% WH 3.3% KTC 4.0% BUILDINGS YH 78 4.7% FAM KC 0.5% 5.7% GH 5.1% CLASSROOMS HH 2.7% HA 0.2%CLASSROOM UTILIZATION
  40. 40. 900 during peak hours (9am – 3pm) underutilized building capacity 800 700 FAM GH 600 HA building capacity HH HW 500 KC KTC 400 MH MP 300 PH REC 200 RH TBA 100 WE WH 0 YH 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 NightBUILDING UTILIZATION time of day
  41. 41. .TARGETS CLASSROOM BUILDING CAMPUS
  42. 42. CLASSROOMS UTILIZED 6 OF 8 PERIODS OF % THE DAYTARGET BUILDING UTILIZATION
  43. 43. CLASSROOMS FILLED TO 80% OF CAPACITY % TARGET CLASSROOM UTILIZATION
  44. 44. % %TARGET BUILDING UTILIZATION TARGET CLASSROOM UTILIZATION
  45. 45. = % TARGET CAMPUS UTILIZATION
  46. 46. % %TARGET CAMPUS UTILIZATION CURRENT CAMPUS UTILIZATION
  47. 47. STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEWS• PRESIDENT, PROVOST, ADMINISTRATIVE VICE PRESIDENTS• DEANS, ARTS & SCIENCES, BUSINESS, EDUCATION, TECHNOLOGY,CONTINUING & GRADUATE STUDIES, ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT &STUDENT SUCCESS• CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, DIRECTORS OF FACILITIESPLANNING, BUILDING TRADES & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE, ANDCUSTODIAL & GENERAL SERVICES• ATHLETICS•DIRECTORS OF CAMPUS LIFE & AUXILIARY SERVICES, UNIVERSITYHOUSING, STUDENT CENTER, CAMPUS RECREATION, UNIVERSITYPOLICE & PARKING SERVICES• CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE• CITY OF PITTSBURG
  48. 48. GUIDING CONCLUSIONS• MASTER PLAN PROVIDES A PATTERN FOR LONG TERM DEVELOPMENT• OVERALL CAMPUS GROWTH IS PLANNED AT 1% TO 2% PER YEAR• KTC GROWTH IS AT 5% TO 7% PER YEAR • GROWTH FOR OTHER DEPARTMENTS ON CAMPUS REMAIN BASICALY STABLE• THE STOCK OF SMALL CLASSROOMS ON CAMPUS NEEDS TO BE INCREASED• HARTMAN REPRESENTS A REASONABLE OPTION FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSROOMS AND/OR LABS
  49. 49. RECOMMENDATIONS• EACH DEPARTMENT HAS UNIQUE FACILITY ISSUES – INCLUDING SPECIFIC NEEDS SUCH AS ACCESIBILITY, TEACHING SPACE, STUDY/WORK/SOCIAL SPACE, CONFERENCE SPACE, AND FACULTY OFFICE SPACE – WHICH SHOULD BE ADDRESSED ON A RENOVATION AND/OR EXPANSION BASIS BUILDING BY BUILDING• A SMALL STOCK OF GENERAL CLASSROOMS SHOULD BE UTILIZEDAS A RELIEF VALVE FOR SCHEDULING ISSUES• PARKING ON CAMPUS SHOULD BE EXPANDED IN PROPORTION TO SPACE EXPANSION• HOUSING SHOULD BE EXPANDED IN PROPORTION TOENROLLMENT GROWTH
  50. 50. FIRST ROUND MP OPTIONSCOMPREHENSIVE CAMPUS MASTER PLANPITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
  51. 51. REVISED MP OPTIONSCOMPREHENSIVE CAMPUS MASTER PLANPITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
  52. 52. OPTION 1OPTION 1OPTION 2
  53. 53. PROPOSED MASTER PLANCOMPREHENSIVE CAMPUS MASTER PLANPITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
  54. 54. Guide campus development over the next ten yearsPROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  55. 55. Guide campus development over the next ten yearsPROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  56. 56. Develop an east/west Campus Walk, a safe and attractive pedestrian thoroughfare across campusPROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  57. 57. Expand the distinct landscaping of the Oval to unify the campusPROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  58. 58. Organize new construction around pedestrian oriented green spacePROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  59. 59. Renovate older buildings around the OvalPROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  60. 60. Enhance campus edges and gateways to project a positive imagePROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  61. 61. Provide additional space near the west end of campus to relieve off-campus parking congestion and accommodate future growth in the campus housingPROPOSED MASTER PLAN system.
  62. 62. PROPOSED MASTER PLAN
  63. 63. NEXT STEPS . . .• IMPLEMENTATION PHASE • PRIORITIES • FUNDING • POLICY IMPLICATIONS• FINAL REVIEWS• ADOPTION
  64. 64. .QUESTIONS?
  65. 65. PROPOSED MASTER PLAN

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