Student(s): Alyssa Taylor, Ameya Schrimpf, Andrew Pilarcik, Andrew Moore, Arij Yousef, Daniel Sheehan, Daniel Louwers, Dante Farris, Edward Ramey, Jasmine Ringold, John McDermott, Jordan Whisler, Katherine Sims, Lauren Lotze, Megan Moeller, Miao Zhou, Peter Miller, Zachary Cowan
Instructor(s): Jennifer Evans-Cowley, Jason Sudy
Course: CRPLAN 4910: Realizing the Plan
Term: Autumn 2012

The College of Engineering Facilities Master Plan is a document which aims to further the direction of the One Framework Plan by providing a growth strategy for the College of Engineering. The underlying goals of the College of Engineering Facilities Master Plan are to create quality spaces, ensure connectivity, promote a unique sense of community, implement strategic growth techniques, encourage sustainability, and create a safe and comfortable environment in which to learn, live and work. These goals are in accordance with the One Framework Plan while emphasizing certain needs which are necessary for the future of the college.

The Facilities Master Plan Assessment serves as a comprehensive summary of user opinions and current facility conditions for the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University. This report is a compilation of survey and assessment results that the Facilities Master Planning studio gathered from students, faculty, and staff during a 7-week data collection period.

Facilities Assessment Framework Poster
Facilities Assessment Poster