Master Plan Committee

Mission

This committee exists to review and provide input to the overall physical planning effort. The committee sees updates of Master Planning efforts for all facets (parking, transportation, storm water management, new buildings, etc.) of the overall Campus Master Plan, which is submitted to the Colorado Commission of Higher Education (CCHE) on a 10 year cycle. The committee evaluates and recommends capital construction requests from University Advancement, Council of Deans, and other sources. The internal Facilities Management Design Review Committee will provide informational updates to the Master Plan Committee.

Charge

Act as an advisory body to the University through the Vice President for University Operations on the physical development of the total environment of Colorado State University's campuses by development, revision, and application of the University's facilities master plan. The Master Plan Committee will offer input on campus growth through strategic input in support of the University Vision and Campus Experience within the campus framework.

Provides Recommendations for

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  • Campus Master Plan & Framework
  • Land Acquisition & Resources
  • Open Space
  • View Corridors
  • Stormwater Management
  • Floodplain
  • New Building Proposals
  • Building Siting/Orientation
  • Setbacks and Build-to Lines
  • Removal of Buildings/Structures
  • Transit
  • Transportation
  • Roads & Access
  • Parking
  • Program Planning
  • Sidewalks/Bikeways
  • Service Areas

Master Plan Resources

Access the most recent 2014 Master Plan.

Review the Master Plan & Process Presentation - Fall 2019 to learn more.

Capital Design & Construction

MPC Approval Process and Instructions

MPC Review Form - Capital Construction

2020-2021 Master Plan Committee - Voting Members & Ex-Officio

MPC quorum is one more than half the voting members present to vote during a meeting.

Yolanda Bevill - Vice President for University Communications
Dave Bradford - Director for Parking and Transportation Services
Nick Christensen - Director, CSURF Real Estate Office
Steve Cottingham - Deputy Director of Athletics
Cody Frye - Executive Director of Campus Recreation
Blanche Hughes - Vice President for Student Affairs
Lynn Johnson - Vice President for University Operations
Nick Lobejko - Managing Director of Development, University Advancement
Mary Pedersen - Provost & Executive Vice President
Jan Nerger - Dean, College of Natural Science
Alan Rudolph - Vice President for Research
Tom Satterly - Associate Vice President for Facilities Management
Mari Strombom - Executive Director for Housing and Dining Services
TBD - ASCSU president
Leslie Taylor - Vice President for Enrollment and Access

Ex-Officio - Advises as a result of roles and expertise, but non-voting

Kristi Buffington - Planning Specialist, Facilities Management
Shelly Carroll - Capital Development Approval Manager, Facilities Management
Dell Rae Ciaravola - Risk & Public Safety Communications Manager, University Communications
Fred Haberecht - Assistant Director for Facilities Management & University Planner
David Hansen - University Landscape Architect, Facilities Management
Tim Kemp - Assistant Director for Engineering and Capital Construction, Facilities Management
Jessica Kramer - Environmental Graphic Designer & Landscape Architect, Facilities Management
Brandon Lowry - ASCSU Senator for the Pride Resource Center
Mike Rush - University Architect & Chief Building Official, Facilities Management
Julia Innes - Facilities Management Program Assistant for the committee - contact me with questions or requests

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Master Plan Committee Meetings

The Master Plan Committee meets the fourth Monday of every month from 1:00–2:30 p.m.