Tulane University's comprehensive planning document is named "Master Process Design and Planning Uptown Campus." It consists of fourteen components drafted, compiled, and in some cases revised between 1991 and 2002. The document is considered a working document rather than a formal Master Plan. It serves, nonetheless, as the principle guide on major campus planning issues.
The components of the document are: Landscaping, Parking, Circulation, Lighting, Signage, Open Space, Environmental Issues, Accessibility, Security Design, Housing, Project Relationships, and Project Procedures. Facility Audit and Infrastructure are identified as potential plan components but are not yet included. An Appendix follows the plan components.
The Office of the University Architect is undertaking a review of the document and its components. We expect to add and alter the plan components. Physical plans for different areas of the campus will be incorporated. The complete set of written text and graphic area plans is expected to be in circulation by June of 2006. Updates and additions to the document will occur thereafter on a regular cycle of review and revision.
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