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Campus Planning & Design


With roots extending back to a two-person partnership formed in 1898, Page is one of the most prolific and enduring architecture and engineering design practices. From offices in Austin, Dallas, Denver, Dubai, Houston, Mexico City, San Francisco and Washington DC—as well as international affiliate offices—over 500 Page architects, engineers, interior designers, planners, strategic analysts and technical specialists provide services throughout the United States and in over 50 countries. Our diverse, international portfolio includes projects in the healthcare, academic, government and science and technology sectors, as well as civic, corporate and urban housing projects. The Page portfolio consists largely of complex projects that benefit from our integrated disciplines and that make a significant impact on the communities they serve. We are guided by the three core values of creativity, collaboration, and commitment, and through the force of these ideals, we live up to our promise of design that makes lives better.

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Planning and designing campuses to promote student success.

Page Campus Planning Services Outreach and Engagement Programming and Strategies Planning and Urban Design Landscape Architecture Architecture Lab Planning

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Page is distinguished by our full spectrum of planning and design services. Our campus planning work capitalizes on our ability to provide this wide range of services to tackle the challenges facing institutions today. Our clients benefit from the highest levels of interdisciplinary coordination, innovative thinking, and responsiveness demanded of today’s complex and technically sophisticated projects. Sustainability and resilience are also critical considerations in planning for higher education, medical, and research campuses. Our work in higher education includes plans for new campuses, as well as designs for improvements to existing ones. We help institutions ranging from small, private liberal arts colleges to large public comprehensive universities. Each solution is based on the institution’s mission and the unique needs of the campus community, as well as the physical and cultural context of its location. Our urban design and planning expertise allows us to specialize in issues associated with town and gown, in order to identify strategies that are highly beneficial to each. In all cases our work applies creative design to realize highly sustainable environments. At the same time we focus on those planning and design elements that will contribute to student success and the attraction and retention of students, faculty and staff.

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California State University Monterey Bay Master Plan Update / Seaside, California


Recent campus planning and design experience: Oregon State University Cascades Long Range Development Plan University of San Francisco Institutional Master Plan Trinity University Campus Master Plan California State University Monterey Bay Master Plan Cooper Union Space Planning Study Colorado Mountain Colleges Student Housing Study University of Hawaii West O’ahu Campus Planning Services Santa Clara University Master Plan Update Stanford University Perimeter Trail Feasibility Study and Concept Plan University of California Berkeley Global Campus Long Range Development Plan University of California San Francisco Mission Bay Campus Master Plan Update 2

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Campus Planning and Design Leadership Page’s leadership team in San Francisco consists of six senior planning and design professionals. Collectively, they have extensive experience in large-scale, complex higher education planning and design projects across North America, Europe and Asia.

Dan Kenney, AIA, AICP dkenney@pagethink.com

Dan has led projects for more than eighty institutions across the United States and internationally. His four decades of campus planning and design give him unique insights regarding the broad challenges and opportunities each client faces. Dan is passionate about finding contextual and implementable solutions that further a client’s mission, culture, and strategic initiatives.

Elizabeth Foster, AICP, LEED AP efoster@pagethink.com

Beth has extensive experience in leading campus and community master planning projects. She is skilled in project development, management, and facilitation and is gifted at engaging campus administrators, faculty, staff, students, and community stakeholders in the master planning process. Beth is a frequent speaker at conferences and an active advocate for resilient campus planning. Prior to joining Page, she was a partner at Sasaki Associates.

Ryan Losch, AIA rlosch@pagethink.com

With a background in both architecture and urban design, Ryan understands that buildings do not exist in isolation. It is their connection to the surrounding context, whether urban, suburban, or purely landscape that helps to shape the way people receive and interact with architecture. Capital Complex.

Barbara Maloney bmaloneyr@pagethink.com

Barbara is an urban designer and planner with extensive experience in institutional planning and design projects. She has led a variety of campus plans including feasibility and site studies and has supported strategic and academic planning initiatives for public and private institutions. She is noted for her skills in managing large, multidisciplinary teams of consultants, including engineers, economists, environment scientists, and cultural specialists; and for working closely and effectively with diverse stakeholders.

Andrew Sullivan, RLA, ASLA asullivan@pagethink.com

Over the last twenty years, Andrew has designed and completed an extensive range of project sizes and types, from intimate gardens to campuses, parks and plazas. His work is rooted in the belief that beautiful design and the environmentally sensitive creation of place contribute to healthy and prosperous environments. Andrew’s work is sites pecific, collaborative and innovative, and creates transformative and engaging environments that connect users to place through a sustainable design approach.

Larry Speck, FAIA lspeck@pagethink.com

Larry Speck is well known equally for his diverse portfolio of award-winning architecture and his distinguished career as an inspiring educator. As a prolific author and influential critic, Larry also has contributed significantly to the development of ideas that have broadened the general public’s understanding of the impact that buildings have on their communities and the way they live, work and play. Larry, Dan, and Ryan have recently collaborated on The UT Austin Campus Master Plan, Medical Distric Plan, and Athletics Plan; Trinity University Master Plan; and the UT Dallas Master Plan.

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Engagement We believe that the process of reaching consensus on the future for a campus is as important as the solution itself. A successful process can build community and shared visions that will endure. We bring our vast experience in working in diverse communities to our work with campuses. Our engagement tools include online surveys, social media, and meeting-based interactions where we facilitate discussion about issues, opportunities, visions, and concepts. Our collaborative approach assists campus communities in objectively evaluating options leading to broadbased support for strategies and plans.

California State University Monterey Bay Master Plan Update / Seaside, California


California State University Monterey Bay Master Plan Update / Seaside, California

Trinity University Campus Master Plan Discovery Survey / San Antonio, Texas

Oregon State University Cascades Long Range Development Plan / Bend, Oregon

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Programming Strategies Our programming services include campus-wide space needs analyses, instructional space utilization assessments, classroom rightsizing studies and planning-level building programs. Our work is based on rigorous analysis of data and continuous research on the most innovative teaching, learning, and student life environments. We employ sophisticated planning tools to produce results, and high quality graphics to communicate findings, so stakeholders and decision makers have a clear understanding of opportunities, trade-offs and solutions.

Office Strategic Consulting Cards / Houston, Texas


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Reconfiguration to improve 3dD studio space New Fab Lab (incl. model shop and laser printer) Sculpture studio relocated next to new fab lab Computer lab relocated into 3rd floor arch. studio space Faculty offices relocated to 41 Cooper Lab York The Cooper Union Space Planning Study / New York, New Exhibition

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Trinity University Campus Master Plan / San Antonio, Texas

Texas State University LBJ Student Center Meeting Space Analysis / San Marcos, Texas

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Student Life Evolving ideas about the nature, context and 24/7 characteristics of learning are influencing the planning of student life facilities. Residential, dining, recreation, and social spaces have changed in response to student expectations. Programming, siting, planning, and designing these spaces present unique challenges and opportunities for campuses. We work closely with our clients to understand their needs and craft our solutions to ensure student success.

The University of Texas at Austin 2400 Nueces Student Housing/ Austin, Texas


University of California San Francisco Mission Bay Campus / San Francisco, California

Stanford University Perimeter Trail Feasibility Study and Concept Plan / Palo Alto, California

University of Houston Cougar Woods Dining Hall / Houston, Texas

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Campus Growth and Heritage Campus planning often involves balancing the need for growth with the celebration of established campus heritage and character. Our plans seek to understand both the design qualities of a campus, and the ways in which it will be used over time. With this approach, we can refine the campus framework to address functional considerations – such as minimizing traffic and pedestrian/ vehicular conflicts – while reinforcing the community’s vision of place and restoring a campus to its original conception. We also provide innovative, sustainable landscape design solutions that create a sense of place and speak to an existing site, its history, the local vernacular, and the environment.

Trinity University Campus Master Plan / San Antonio, Texas


Santa Clara University Master Plan Update / Santa Clara, California

University of San Francisco Institutional Master Plan / San Francisco, California

The University of Texas at Austin Medical District Master Plan / Austin, Texas

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New Campuses The planning and design of new campuses presents special challenges. While plans are able to capitalize on the latest thinking in educational delivery and living/learning environments, they must also establish a vision and character that will brand an institution in the short term, and create a cultural context for the future. Planning for a new campus is a cross-disciplinary exercise, blending an understanding of program, space, pedagogy and student life, with placemaking and conservation of resources. Our interdisciplinary approach and experience in the complete breadth of technical issues makes us experts in these project types.

University of California Merced Long Range Development Plan/ Merced, California


Carnegie Mellon University Ames Research Campus Master Plan / Mountain View, California

University Park and Research Center Framework Plan / Chula Vista, California

Nevada State College Henderson Campus Master Plan / Henderson, Nevada

University of California Berkeley Global Campus Long Range Development Plan and Physical Design Framework / Richmond, California

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Academic Medical Campuses Our work includes medical campus projects that combine teaching, research and clinical activities. Often in urban locations, these sites require consideration of patient comfort and ease of access to hospitals and ambulatory care units. At the same time, the complex functionality of hospitals, clinics and medical offices must be accommodated. Academic programs must be conveniently located and appropriately sized, with consideration of future growth of schools or disciplines. In addition, the ever-evolving nature of research in academic medical centers requires flexibility in site planning and development. A variety of services and amenities including dining, residential and recreation uses may also be required.

University of California San Francisco Parnassus Campus Master Plan / San Francisco, California


University of California Davis Sacramento Medical Center Long Range Development Plan / Sacramento, California

University of California San Francisco General Hospital Laboratory Stiting Study / San Francisco, California

The University of Texas at Austin Medical District Master Plan, and Research and Medical Office Buildings / Austin, Texas

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Research Campuses Our work for research institutions and private industry focuses on creating environments that support discovery and innovation through the design of sites, buildings, and connecting public spaces. The mix and configuration of uses is a key component in creating a successful environment for collaboration. Making places where people come together informally and serendipitously can foster spontaneous interaction. In today’s innovation environment, research campuses can also be an important element of the larger community, contributing to local economic development, and providing educational resources and opportunities to local constituents. As centers for innovation, research campuses must also reflect responsible stewards of the environment and leadership in green building and renewable energy use.

University of California Berkeley Global Campus Long Range Development Plan and Physical Design Framework / Richmond, California


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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Long Range Development Plan / Berkeley, California

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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Long Range Development Plan / Berkeley, California

The University of Texas at Dallas Natural Science & Engineering Research Laboratory / Richardson, Texas

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Sustainable Campuses and Communities Sustainability has always been a guiding force in our practice. Our campus design work engages institutions to aggressively promote goals such as triple net zero, carbon neutrality, and sustainable operations through enhanced site and building design, multimodal access, and efficient infrastructure systems. Our urban design work has focused on revitalizing urban areas and finding the right balance of land use, transportation, and community design to create livable, successful places.

California State University Monterey Bay Master Plan Update / Seaside, California


California State University East Bay Hayward Campus Master Plan / Hayward, California

California State University Monterey Bay Divarty Mall Design / Seaside, California

Nevada State College Henderson Campus Master Plan / Henderson, Nevada

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Stanford University Perimeter Trail Feasibility Study and Concept Plan / Palo Alto, California

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Town/Gown Our work with campuses inevitably and importantly engages the communities in which they are located. Most campuses have close ties with their adjoining communities. In the eyes of the community, the campus may be a mixed blessing, with impacts associated with traffic, parking or noise. At the same time, the benefits that a higher education, medical, or research campus can provide to a community are enormous. To reach consensus among sometimes competing perspectives, we bring multidisciplinary teams of planners, designers, traffic planners, civil engineers and economists to craft innovative solutions that generate broad-based support. We are also acknowledged experts in community outreach and participation, capitalizing on our urban design and land planning practice spanning revitalization, transit-oriented development, and public realm design (streets and parks). Utilizing a wide range of outreach and engagement tools, we work with community and campus constituents to find shared visions for the future.

University of California San Francisco Mission Bay Campus Master Plan Update / San Francisco, California


The University of Texas at Austin 2400 Nueces Student Housing / Austin,Texas

University of California San Francisco Parnassus Avenue Gateways / San Francisco, California

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Page planning leadership have completed projects for the following higher education clients. Acadia University Aga Khan Academies Alabama State University Arizona State University Armstrong Atlantic University Auburn University Austin Community College Boston College Bristol Community College Brown University California State University East Bay California State University Fullerton California State University Maritime Academy California State University Monterey Bay California State Polytechnic University Pomona Cape Cod Community College Carnegie Mellon University City College of San Francisco College of the Holy Cross College of William and Mary Collin County Community College Colorado Mountain College Colorado State University Pueblo Curry College De Anza Community College Dickinson State university Dordt College Duke University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Emerson College Federal University of Health Sciences Fisher College George Mason University George Washington University Georgia Tech Griffith University Hollins University Iona College

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International Christian University Ithaca College James Madison University Johnson & Wales University Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Lorain County Community College Los Angeles Pierce College Lowry Higher Education Advanced Technology Campus Loyola Marymount University Loyola University Massasoit Community College Metropolitan Community College Middlesex Community College Mills College Mission College Mississippi State University Mississippi University for Women Mitchell College Massachusetts Institute of Technology National University of Singapore Nevada State College New England College New England Institute of Technology New York University Norfolk State University North Shore Community College Northern Essex Community College Norwegian University of Science and Technology Oberlin College Olympic College Oregon State University Our Lady of the Lake University Philadelphia University Pikes Peak Community College Portland State University Pomona College Princeton University Red River College

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Rowan University Rutgers University Salem State College San Jose State University Santa Clara University Singapore Management University Singapore University of Technology and Design Southeast Asia University Southwest Texas State University St. Edward’s University Stanford University State University of New York Sweet Briar College Texas A&M University The Cooper Union The Ohio State University The University of Texas at Arlington The University of Texas at Austin The University of Texas at Dallas The University of Texas at El Paso The University of Texas at San Antonio Trinity University Tufts University Tulane University United Arab Emirates University University of Arkansas University of Calgary University of California Berkeley University of California Davis University of California Hastings University of California Merced University of California Riverside University of California San Diego University of California San Francisco University of California Santa Barbara University of California Santa Cruz University of Central Asia University of Central Florida

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs University of Colorado Denver University of Glasgow University of Hawai’i University of Houston University of Kentucky University of Maryland University of Massachusetts-Boston University of Minnesota-Rochester University of Missouri St. Louis University of Nevada University of New Mexico University of North Texas at Dallas University of North Texas at Denton University of Northern Colorado University of Oklahoma University of Ontario Institute of Technology University of Maine University of Mississippi University of North Carolina University of San Diego University of San Francisco University of Saskatchewan University of the Arts University of the South Pacific University of Vermont University of Virginia Vanderbilt University Vassar College Wake Forest University Washburn University Wentworth Institute of Technology Wesleyan College Western Iowa Tech Community College

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