In 2003, Midwestern State University commissioned the architect to develop a campus master plan for its primary campus in Wichita Falls, Texas. The planners were charged with providing both short- and long-range guidance for developing facilities, streets, parking areas and outdoor spaces campuswide.
The team also provided special planning recommendations for FEATURED IN2004 Architectural PortfolioSUB CATEGORYCampus Master Planning parking, sports facilities, campus edge definition, pedestrian and vehicular circulation, appearance enhancements, and the needs of expanding academic departments across both existing and planned facilities. The plan recommends specific upgrades and enhancements to campus facilities to fulfill the current and future needs of the university.
The team worked closely with the campus faculty, staff, students, and the community and neighborhood interests to successfully deliver a visual statement of Midwestern State University’s goals. Plans, schematic drawings and three-dimensional renderings of proposed buildings and spaces enable the board of regents and administrators to convey these goals and build support, thereby helping Midwestern State University realize the potential it offers Wichita Falls, the surrounding region and the people of Texas.