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Ball State University Campus Master Plan Indiana Commission for Higher Education August 10, 2012 Dr. Randy Howard Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer. ACE Fellows Visit To Ball State. Overview. Ball State’s Evolving Master Plan Where are we Now?. What is a Master Plan?.

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Ball State University

Campus Master Plan

Indiana Commission for Higher Education

August 10, 2012

Dr. Randy Howard

Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer

overview
Overview
  • Ball State’s Evolving Master Plan
  • Where are we Now?
what is a master plan
What is a Master Plan?
  • A comprehensive blueprint for the future!
    • What do we have?
    • What do we want?
    • How can we get there?
  • It should develop a framework for coordinating campus development in response to the strategic vision
    • A living document; strategic plan can change
    • Short-term and long-term elements
typical elements
Typical Elements
  • Academic Planning
  • Space Utilization and Space Needs
  • Transportation, Mobility, and Parking
  • Pedestrian Circulation and Public Realm
  • Competitive Athletics and Recreational Sports
  • Student Life, Housing, and Dining
  • Land Use and Community Integration
  • Signage and Entryways
  • Landscape Master Plan
  • Architectural, Site, and Urban Design Guidelines
  • Community Integration
  • Implementation, Phasing, and Process
  • Cost Issues
what does it look like
What does it Look Like?
  • The process:
    • It must be inclusive and have the right expertise
    • Can cost $100,000 to $750,000 or more
  • The product:
    • One comprehensive written document or a combination of documents, policies, ideas, presentations, etc.
      • Long-term “site” plan, housing & dining plan, signage guideline policy, etc.
    • Type of plan can be affected by various factors
      • Enrollment growth and funding environment are critical factors
bsu enrollment history fall semester on campus headcount
BSU Enrollment History(Fall Semester, On-campus, Headcount)

Rundell Ernstberger Plan & Updates (1980)

New Plan (2013)

Perkins and Will Plan (1968)

Lowry Plan (1922)

Scholer Plan (1946)

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rundell ernstberger plans
Rundell Ernstberger Plans
  • Identified future sites for:
    • Academic Buildings – West of McKinley
    • Residence Halls – North of Studebaker (Comprehensive Master Plan)
  • Neighborhood concept
    • Academic, Administrative/Support, Residential, and Athletics
  • Addressed McKinley Avenue (safety and visual appeal)
  • Established comprehensive transportation plan
  • Vibrant Campus – Landscape development, site improvements
neighborhoods

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Neighborhoods
    • Solid lines are existing and dashed are for potential expansion
  • Red areas are academic and administrative
  • Blue areas are housing neighborhoods
  • Green is an emerging area that combines cultural and academic in a vibrant space
  • Athletics and some administrative are focused in the north (off the map) and south
where are we now
Where are we Now?
  • Have held off on a new comprehensive plan for several years
    • Stable enrollment – quality versus quantity
    • Fiscal environment suggested little funding for new buildings
    • Existing plan addressed immediate and mid-term needs
  • Issuing an RFQ for a Comprehensive Master Plan
    • Looking to the future – Ball State has changed…
    • Addressing institutional and state priorities
    • Campus inclusion and documentation will be key elements
specific project prioritization review
Specific Project Prioritization & Review
  • Consistent with institutional and state priorities
  • Facility condition (deferred maintenance) and life safety issues
  • Could we address need with existing space – reallocation, etc.
  • Lean towards renovation versus new (consider cost and long-term functionality)
  • Funding model – current and ongoing costs
    • State, Federal, Philanthropic, Grant, Auxiliary Revenue, etc.
  • Long-term stewardship
    • Set aside 2% to 5% of replacement value annually (Financial Planning Guidelines for Facility Renewal and Adaptation, a joint project of SCUP, NACUBO, APPA, and Coopers & Lybrand)
current and future projects
Current and Future Projects
  • Academic
  • Housing and Dining
  • Infrastructure
  • Athletic Facilities
  • Other Auxiliary Facilities
central campus academic project1
Central Campus Academic Project
  • Three Buildings
    • Impact about 2/3rds of all student(11,000 to 14,000 students per week!)
    • Focus is life safety and mechanical systems
  • Part of strategic plan - improve core academic facilities
    • Long tradition of maintaining versus asking for new buildings
  • Legislatively Authorized: $52.7M total ($33M and $19.7M)
  • State Approved: $40.5M ($33M and $7.5M)
    • Yet to be approved $12.2M
new east academic quad
New “East” Academic Quad

Riverside Avenue

  • Music
  • Building
  • Ball Honors
  • House

McKinley Avenue

Dicks Street

  • Parking Structure

Ashland Avenue

vibrant student neighborhoods
Vibrant Student Neighborhoods
  • Higher retention and graduation rates
  • Higher grade point averages
  • Living/learning communities provide unique educational experiences
  • Student engagement
  • Residential campus culture
infrastructure
Infrastructure
  • Expansion of Tunnel Utility System
  • Geothermal Project – Phase 2
geothermal district heating cooling system
Geothermal District Heating & Cooling System
  • Geothermal Project – Phase 1
    • State support: $45M and Federal grant: $5M
    • 1,800 bore holes
    • 20 out of 47 buildings connected
    • Two – 2,500 ton heat pump chillers installed
    • New hot water distribution loop, augmented chilled water loop
  • Geothermal Project – Phase 2
    • Will request $29.2 million in 2013-15 biennium to complete the project
athletic facilities
Athletic Facilities
  • BSU is a member of the Mid-American Conference
    • Membership at the Division 1-A level is an institutional priority
  • Prior campaign had one athletic project – Scheumann Stadium
  • Looking at the feasibility of a small capital campaign to address critical deficiencies and bring our facilities up to standards