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Engineering Integrated Space Plan

University of Virginia
A space plan provides a flexible road map to guide the long-term growth of UVA Engineering.
Proposed View Looking South Along Engineer’s Way
Charlottesville, VA
14 acres

The University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science commissioned an Integrated Space Plan (ISP) to align the school’s academic plan and strategic goals with the existing space inventory and future needs stemming from ambitious growth aspirations. Bringing together the voices of faculty, staff, and students, the collaborative planning process established goals for the plan to provide a flexible road map for growth, address aging infrastructure, create a culture of accessibility and intimacy, foster collaborative environments, break down the silos, provide a means for pedagogical change, showcase research and education efforts, and plan for faculty growth and turnover. Physical solutions were divided into timeframes and organized into three types: incremental renovations, transdisciplinary solutions, and redevelopment options.

View Looking South Along Engineer’s Way (Existing) Proposed View Looking South Along Engineer’s Way
View Looking North Along Engineer’s Way (Existing) Proposed new entry featuring landscape as a connector to create a social heart on the engineering...
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