Master Plan

1.0 President’s Message 1.1
 
2.0 Executive Summary
Background 2.1
 
3.0 Academic Mission
Vision Statement 3.1
Mission Statement 3.2
Core Campus Values 3.3
 
4.0 Master Plan Goals, Objectives and Process
Master Plan Goals 4.1
Summary of Concepts 4.3
Long- and Short-term Objectives 4.5
Bond Measure S Building Program 4.7
Bond Measure S Secondary, Tertiary, etc. Effects 4.10
Master Plan Process Overview 4.12
Measuring Success 4.13
 
5.0 Campus Context and Observations
Campus History 5.1
Campus Community and Context 5.4
Demographics 5.6
Other Community Projects 5.7
Existing Campus Analysis 5.8
Existing Building Names 5.14
Existing Campus Year of Construction 5.16
Existing Building Conditions 5.18
Existing Building Area 5.26
Existing Campus Zones 5.28
Existing Figure Ground 5.30
Existing Axes and Open Spaces 5.32
Existing Access Points 5.34
Existing Public Transportation 5.36
Existing Vehicular Transportation 5.38
Existing Parking 5.40
Existing Accessible Parking 5.42
Existing Pedestrian Circulation 5.44
Existing Walking Distance 5.46
Existing Building Entries 5.48
Existing Sewer Plan 5.50
Existing Storm Drain System 5.52
Existing Site Power Distribution 5.54
Existing Water Distribution 5.56
Existing Gas Distribution 5.58
Existing Conduit Diagram 5.60
Existing Copper Diagram 5.62
Existing Low Voltage Diagram 5.64
Existing Fiber Optic Cable Diagram 5.66
Existing Landscape Analysis 5.68
Existing Landscape Observations 5.74
Existing Campus Open Spaces 5.82
Existing Campus Buildings 5.95
Existing Campus Edge Conditions 5.114
 
6.0 Planning Workshops and Concepts
Introduction 6.1
Participants and Schedule 6.1
 
7.0 Master Plan
Facilities Master Plan 7.1
Planning Concepts and Organizational Principles 7.2
Facilities Master Plan Diagrams 7.6
Proposed Facilities Master Plan 7.6
Proposed Master Plan Overall Renderings 7.8
Proposed Building Areas 7.12
Proposed Building Use and Campus Zones 7.16
Proposed Figure Ground 7.18
Proposed Axes and Open Spaces 7.20
Proposed Access Points 7.24
Proposed Service Vehicle Circulation 7.28
Proposed Emergency Vehicle Circulation 7.30
Proposed Vehicular Circulation 7.32
Proposed Traffic, Circulation, and Parking Study 7.34
Proposed Parking 7.36
Proposed Accessible Parking 7.38
Proposed Interim Parking 7.40
Proposed Pedestrian Circulation 7.42
Proposed Bicycle Parking Location 7.44
Proposed Building Entries 7.46
NPDES- BMP Storm Water System Diagram 7.48
Proposed Sewer System 7.56
Proposed Storm Drain System Diagram 7.60
Proposed Power Distribution Diagram 7.64
Proposed Water Distribution Diagram 7.66
Proposed Gas Distribution Diagram 7.70
Academic, Athletic and Service Areas 7.71
Service Connections 7.72
Community Use and Leased Land 7.74
 
8.0 Facilities Utilization and Space Program
Introduction 8.1
Facilities Needs Analysis 8.2
Space Programs 8.4
Standardized Room Diagrams 8.12
Building Descriptions 8.24
 
9.0 Campus Systems
Landscape Concept and Objectives 9.1
Open Space and Landscaping Framework 9.4
Campus Edges and Entries 9.7
Major Campus Spaces 9.12
Pirates’ Walk and Connectors 9.21
Proprietary Spaces 9.24
Landscape for Vehicle Circulation and Parking 9.26
Universal Design 9.29
Pedestrian Circulation 9.33
Vehicle Circulation and Parking 9.34
Utility Systems 9.37
Information Technology 9.46
Security 9.48
 
10.0 Design Guidelines
Introduction 10.1
Upcoming Regulations 10.2
Trends in Educational Design 10.4
Campus Design Guidelines 10.6
Parking Design Guidelines 10.30
Landscape Design Guidelines 10.36
Plant Material 10.36
Hardscape 10.43
Site Furnishings 10.45
Irrigation 10.49
Campus Signage 10.50
Sustainable Design 10.51
 
11.0 Implementing the Plan
Introduction 11.1
Development Area Phasing 11.1