masterplan_1979_a.pdf 

George Mason University, Master Plan, 1979

Approved by the George Mason University Board of Visitors on November 15, 1978, this master plan revised the 1968 plan, which was created when George Mason was then George Mason College of the University of Virginia. It was prepared to reflect an institution that was whose mission had , in its own opinion, changed dramatically. Contained in this document are: an Introduction, Summary of Findings and Recommendations, documents addressing Environmental Conditions, Land Use, Circulation (traffic and pedestrian), Site Improvements, Facilities, Utilities, Visual Forms, and Expansion Capability, followed by References, Acknowledgments, and Appendices.

Document is a 17.5" x 11.1" (42.875 cm x 28 cm) spiral-bound volume containing 49 leaves. Nine tables and eleven illustrations, which mostly comprise plats detailing potential building and program locations and campus features.

Creator : Saunders, Cheng, and Appleton, Architects, Engineers and Planners
JHK and Associates, Consulting Traffic Engineers
Eday Company, Consulting Landscape Architects

Date : January 1979

Source : George Mason University Facilities records Box 51

Rights : Copyright George Mason University

Citation: Saunders, Cheng, and Appleton, Architects, Engineers and Planners JHK and Associates, Consulting Traffic Engineers Eday Company, Consulting Landscape Architects, “George Mason University, Master Plan, 1979,” A History of George Mason University, accessed November 18, 2017, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/293.