George Mason University Master Plan, September 2002
Prepared in September 2002 by Sasaki Associates and MMM Design Group, the George Mason University Master Plan, presents suggestions for growth and change in the physical environments of the Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William Campuses. This document offers suggestions for additional improvements in building, landscape, traffic and parking, and other campus features based on future programatic needs and physical analysis of existing buildings, vehicular and pedestrian traffic, topography and open space elements and character. It contains seven major subdivisions: Summary, Introduction, University Overview, Fairfax Campus, Prince William, Arlington, and Acknowledgments. 8" x 11" (21.5 cm x 28 cm) portable document file (pdf) in color containing 62 total pages of text, statistical charts, photographs, and other illustrations.
Creator : Sasaki Associates
MMM Design Group
Date : September 2002
George Mason University Facilities Planning
Distributed through the Facilities Planning Office at http://facilities.gmu.edu/masterplans/index.htm
Rights : Copyright George Mason University
Citation: Sasaki Associates MMM Design Group, “George Mason University Master Plan, September 2002,” A History of George Mason University, accessed April 26, 2017, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/289.