Urban Strategies and the consultant team (Rickes Associates, Stantec, Willowbank and Betty Dion Enterprises) met with the Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee (CMPAC) on December 4, 2012, to officially kick off this exciting project. The CMPAC will meet with us at least five times at key junctures of the project, in order to provide feedback on major deliverables and offer strategic direction with respect to campus challenges, the campus Vision and the draft Campus Plan.
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Visit the Queen's CMP website to download the final plan.
- RT @ProfDavidGordon: The Campus in the City: new urban design & planning initiatives in Campus Master Plan from @UrbStrat @QUcampusplan … 3 years ago
- RT @AnnPappert: @ProfDavidGordon @CanUrbanism @UrbStrat @QUcampusplan The connectivity is key. Congratulations on the integration and care … 3 years ago
- We've just posted our final guest blog! Thanks to @ProfDavidGordon, director of @QueensSURP ... qucampusplan.wordpress.com/2014/03/18/gue… 3 years ago
- We are happy to announce that the CMP is now available for download! queensu.ca/cmp/qcmp 3 years ago
- We are happy to announce that the CMP was approved by the Board of Trustees on Friday! We will be posting the plan online this week. 3 years ago
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