MacEwan is developing a campus master plan that will guide how the university will grow and develop over the coming planning horizon. This is an exciting moment in the university’s history; it is an opportunity to take stock of priorities, objectives and aspirations, and to move forward on the vision that was established in the single Sustainable Campus Plan Update report (Stage 1). The campus master plan is the second stage of the campus planning initiative and will guide effective land use, phased physical development and expansion, and determine the optimal size of the campus over the next 25 years.
We want your input
We want your input in helping to shape and define a clear direction for the campus master plan. Provide your feedback on the campus master plan! Join the campus master planning team in an evening of discussion about the future of our campus at an open house on May 30.
Drop in any time after 4 p.m. to interact with graphic panels that provide information on the project’s purpose and process; its vision, principles and key design moves; the preferred concept plan; and the frameworks—built form, movement and open space—that support the plan’s development.
We encourage you to provide comments on the information on the panels and have one-on-one conversations with the project team.
At 6:30 p.m., a formal presentation will outline:
an overview of project objectives and process
the process and outcomes of the first stage of the project
what we’ve heard to date at the stakeholder interviews, workshop and open house
a walk though of a preferred master plan concept and the supporting plan frameworks that form the structure of the draft plan
key ideas and highlights from a workshop held earlier in the day
a discussion of the key design priorities.
After the presentation, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and connect with a facilitator.
The materials from this event will be used to advance the next stage of the project process, which is to finalize the final draft campus master plan report.
For more information, contact
Jacqueline McLeod, Director, Space Management, MacEwan University E: McLeodJ11@macewan.ca
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