Campus Planning and Design Newsletter April 2007
Letter from the Chair
The Spring 2007 newsletter focuses on our membership with the first annual “Onthe Boards” issue. I would like to thank those individuals who provided projectsummaries and images for this issue.Minneapolis 2006During the ASLA national meeting in Minneapolis this past October
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NHMCCD District-Wide Facilities Condition Assessment and Long-Range Master Plan
The North Harris Montgomery Community College District is experiencing massive enrollment growth. Its five campuses––three to 30 years old––had unique facilities and infrastructure needs. When asking voters to approve a $250 million bond referendum, the district had to weigh how
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Annual Meetings
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New Challenges to Bicycle Circulation at UC Davis
UC Davis (together with the surrounding City of Davis) is known to many as the “bicycle capital of the U.S.” Every day thousands of cyclists make their way onto campus, navigating a complicated matrix of motorists, truckers, buses, pedestrians, and
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The Lakeshore Nature Preserve, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin Madison Lakeshore Nature Preserve permanently protects the undeveloped lands along the shore of Lake Mendota. It is an extension of the campus itself, functions as an integral part of the educational curriculum, and serves as a
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Using an Audit to Assess Water Conservation Strategies on a Large Campus
Adam Alexander, ASLA, is a Technical Manager and works in the Parks & Landscape Architecture Department at Schoor DePalma, a national engineering and consulting firm. He can be reached at aalexand@schoordepalma.com. In response to the possibility of undergoing an increase
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Rutgers University Selects Design Competition Winner
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, has just announced the winner of an international design competition that will create a new vision for its historic College Avenue campus in New Brunswick. The winning team is led by Enrique Norten
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Mills College Landscape Heritage Plan
Mills College in Oakland California was selected by the Getty Foundation to receive a 2006 Campus Heritage Grant. One of only thirteen 2006 Campus Heritage recipients nationwide, Mills is using the grant to fund the college’s landscape heritage master plan
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ASLA Annual Meeting 2007, San Francisco, October 5 – 7
Does anyone have any ideas for a campus tour on Friday October 5th? I am anticipating a tour of UC Berkeley, but would be happy to hear from our membership about other thoughts or opportunities in the San Francisco Bay
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Letter from the Chair
NHMCCD District-Wide Facilities Condition Assessment and Long-Range Master Plan
Annual Meetings
New Challenges to Bicycle Circulation at UC Davis
The Lakeshore Nature Preserve, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
Using an Audit to Assess Water Conservation Strategies on a Large Campus
Rutgers University Selects Design Competition Winner
Mills College Landscape Heritage Plan
ASLA Annual Meeting 2007, San Francisco, October 5 – 7
 

 

Dean Gregory, ASLA, Chair
(604) 822-7913
dean.gregory@ubc.ca