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Pullman campus master plan consultant selected

2008 WSU Pullman master plan map, courtesy of Capital Planning and Development 



PULLMAN – Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Company has been hired to help WSU through a public participation process for the Pullman Campus Master Plan Update.

Campus planners from HEWVC will be on campus three days a month from August through next April to gather information and help lead the planning process. Their first visit will be Tuesday-Thursday, Aug. 24-26.
The intention is to have a draft of the updated master plan ready for review during spring semester 2011.
HEWVC will be meeting with groups and representatives from:
  • WSU Office of the Provost and administrative executives
  • Deans and Directors
  • Campus Master Planning Committee and its steering committee
  • Campus Land Use Committee
  • Arboretum Committee
  • Historic Preservation Committee
  • Facilities Operations
  • Capital Planning and Development
In addition, they are interested in receiving input from faclty, staff, students and community members. Open meeting times for individuals in August will be:
  • Tuesday, Aug. 24, noon-2 p.m., CUB 204
  • Wednesday, Aug. 25, noon-1 p.m., CUB 206
  • Thursday, Aug. 26, 3:30-5:30 p.m., CUB 204
If people are unable to make these time slots, but would like to see the displays and/or talk with the consultants, there will be additional opportunities announced in the future.
For more information, contact Bobbie Ryder, senior campus planner with Capital Planning and Development, 335-2192 or
HEWVC has worked with such universities as Virginia Tech, Louisiana State University, Georgia Tech, Tulane, Baylor, Clemson and William and Mary.

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