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Facilities Master Plan
The Facilities Master Plan is the vision for the campus physical environment. By establishing overall goals, objectives and design principles to serve as framework for future physical development, as well as providing long range planning for architecture, land use, space allocation, landscaping and transportation, the Facilities Master Plan becomes essential for proper University physical development.
Design & Planning
Any change to the physical environment of campus buildings and grounds are monitored by the Facilities Management staff. This includes everything from landscaping to new building construction.
Responsible for design phase management of construction projects throughout the design development phase. The design development phase is as follows:
- Space Needs Analysis
- Feasibility Studies
- Conceptual design
- program planning
- architect selection (if applicable)
- schematic design
- design development
- construction management
Continual reviews of the University's physical environment to ensure compliance to the American's With Disabilities Act (ADA). This includes all existing structures as well as future construction.
The office of Planning & Construction acts as liaison to the city, county, and state planning agencies to maintain effective communication regarding mutual planning and development issues. Facilities staff also serve on a variety of campus , university, city and state committees, commissions, and task forces related to planning, design and development concerns.