Key to the 2000 Master Plan are the Fundamental Concepts. These ten guidelines, a result of the two-year planning process, are directions for future planning. The Fundamental Concepts will be used to test and evaluate the scope and direction of major projects at the University, including building projects, road and parking improvements, and signage.
The 2000 Master Plan also contains an illustrated plan as an example of what the WMU campus may develop to in twenty or thirty years, based on current growth projections. The example, illustrated graphically through maps and sketches, depicts ideas relating to buildings, residence halls, pedestrian spaces, “green spaces”, and vehicular circulation. The viewer should understand that these ideas, as presented, are not planning solutions – they are merely graphics, prepared by the planning consultants, suggesting a solution that satisfies the Fundamental Concepts.
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