2023 Master Plan
CBC's Master Plan is a starting point from which meaningful exchanges of ideas can emerge. It is intended to provide the College with a foundation for making informed decisions on the growth and development of the physical campus environment.
Many components of the previous 2017 CBC Facility Master Plan remain valid, anchoring this updated version. The 2023 Master Plan condenses timelines proposed in previous version and creates a well-defined vision for the look and feel of all CBC campuses over the next 50 years. This vision will be used as support and a guide for all future projects from landscaping, utility routing and future building placement.
Elements of the 2023 Master Plan
- Overview - Goals, Objectives and Capital deliverables updated
- Environmental Scan - Gathered from internal focus groups and meetings with community partners
- Design Standards - Classroom and office design standards updated
- Current Conditions - Infrastructure updated to reflect immediate needs
- Recommendations- Near-term projects
- Visions of the Future – Look and feel over the next 50 years
- Spheres of Influence – Identified opportunities for strategic property acquisition
- Immediate Needs – Projects currently in the State funding pipeline but not currently funded.
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