Integrated Facilities Workshop
Friday, October 12, 2018
University of St. Thomas, Minnesota
Terrence Murphy Hall
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
The impact that integrated facilities planning has on institutional effectiveness, the degree to which a university is meeting its stated mission.
The effectiveness of an institution is not captured in what is taught and how, but rather in what students have learned at an institution. Therefore, the campus environment should not only align with the mission, vision, and values of an institution, but the planning for it should also be continuous, integrated and holistic. Campus master planning, facility planning and design, annual programmatic renovation projects, and corrective maintenance are all integral components and are typically planned and implemented independently with perhaps only the top level administrators connecting the dots to ensure alignment with one another. With a paradigm shift focused on an institutional culture of continuous integrated planning and budgeting, a flexible implementation strategy, and a team of administrators who effectively manage to their role, the results can transform the campus’ environment and lead to better student experiences and institutional outcomes.
Senior Campus Planner,
Director of Planning and Project Delivery,
Vice President of Capital Strategies,
12:00 Roundtable Lunch
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