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Primary Planning Issues and Recommendations:

 

Circulation and Wayfinding –

While there is a strong desire to maintain the park-like quality of the campus, roadway configurations, lack of visual connection to the campus core, and multiple entry points make it difficult to navigate the campus.

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Parking–

While there is an abundance of parking and a desire to keep parking lots out of the campus core, existing parking lots are frequently filled to capacity. It is difficult for campus visitors to find parking close to their destination.

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Building Opportunities

While the campus has excess physical capacity in terms of land and much of the infrastructure, increased enrollment, program expansion or updated building space may require expansion of academic and residential facilities.

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Context/Community –

While the campus seeks to enhance its tradition of connecting to the community, there is also a strong desire to maintain its identity and boundary. Recommendations:

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Sustainability

While sustainable campus design and growth is valuable it must continually be evaluated against UW-Green Bay’s specific needs and constraints.

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