CIRCULATION

Pedestrians

Bikes/scooters

Emergency and ADA vehicle access

Vehicular

Transit Transition (Primary) 

Buildings likely to be removed

Buildings to remain with significant renovation

Buildings to remain with moderate renovation

Buildings to remain with no/minor renovation

Excluded from study

BUILDING DISPOSITION

Athletics

Collaborative Research +

Teaching + Learning Space 

Intensive Needs Research +

Teaching + Learning Space

Land Bank - Future Use

Residential/Commercial Mix

CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT ZONES

GOAL

Organize campus space and investments to optimize utility, density and economic performance. 

STRATEGIES

Quantitative

  • Improve building occupancy and utilization rates

Physical

  • Establish zones driven by unique infrastructure needs 

  • Improve overall facility portfolio effectiveness 

  • Create land banks for future use 

  • Develop long-term strategic energy management plan 

  • Pursue revenue-generating development and partnerships  

Optimize Infrastructure Facility, Land & Resource Use

Organize campus space & investments to optimize utility, density & economic performance by:

TRANSFORM CIRCULATION & MOBILITY

GOAL

The University will transform from its current states as a commuter campus to a pedestrian-centered place of learning. 

STRATEGIES

Quantitative

  • Reduce parking accommodations to improve overall efficiency 

Physical

  • Prioritize pedestrian and wayfinding on central campus  

  • Develop alternative transit solutions to one-driver-one-car 

    • Transit hub​

    • Develop off-campus parking strategy

    • Anticipate future mobility changes

  • Create velocity-based on campus hierarchy of circulation  

Future Campus at a Glance

A Central Gathering Hub Reimagined  

Applying these objectives, this speculative vignette imagines a simple intervention that strengthens the physical and spatial connection between Hemenway—in particular the Manoa Gardens courtyard—to Sinclair, through the skillful design of landscape and outdoor amenities that support gathering, performance, and social activity. 

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