Institutions face many challenges in maintaining and rejuvenating their campus fabric. Integrated landscape master planning helps institutions fund, guide, and realize profoundly impactful campus improvements. Let's explore issues motivating universities as well as private developers to reassess their landscape framework and the transformational benefits realized from these connective open spaces.
Campus Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Advance a more current and comprehensive approach to landscape master planning on a variety of campuses. 2. Integrate these concepts of connective open spaces and extend them into neighboring communities and cities, and into the corporate workplace. 3. Provide benchmarks for landscape innovations and outcomes. 4. Set budget parameters and priorities for an effectively integrated landscape master planning process.
Tony Catchot, ASLA; Gary A.. Brown, FASLA; Deb Kinney, ASLA; Kenneth Rapp, ASLA; Mary Jukuri, ASLA
American Society of Landscape Architects