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Facilities Master Plan

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Executive Summary

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Overview of this Institution

15

Space Needs Assessment

33

Planning Process

47

Assessment and Analysis

51

Facilities Master Plan

77

Implementation

123

Acknowledgment and Back Cover


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This Salisbury University Facilities Master Plan (FMP) is a framework for the physical growth and change of Salisbury University over the next 10 years, based on projected enrollment growth and space needs. This planning process and data collection were completed in 2014. Several capital projects are identified and others are suggested in the FMP. The master plan does not attempt to design projects, but it does provide a conceptual site plan, illustrating the proposed development for the campus. This study provides a fresh look at the campus’ facilities and infrastructure needs and is not based upon previous master plans. Unique to this plan was a focus on strengthening the academic core of the campus, unifying east campus with main campus, and new sustainability initiatives. The information provided here is an Executive Summary of the comprehensive FMP.

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