|Overall Rating||Gold - expired|
|Submission Date||Dec. 11, 2013|
Nova Scotia Community College
PAE-3: Physical Campus Plan
|4.00 / 4.00||
Director Facilities and Engineering
Facilities and Engineering
Does the institution's physical campus plan include sustainability at a high level?:
A brief description of how the physical campus plan or amendment includes sustainability:
CAMPUS FACILITY MASTER PLAN
The Facilities Management Department has initiated a process to develop a Campus Facility Master Plan for each of the 13 campuses. This 5-10 year plan will be developed working closely with the Campus Management Teams and other key stakeholders (ie; Deans) through a number of consultations. A consultant has been engaged for professional services to help deliver these plans in a timely and comprehensive manner.
Some key Terms of Reference in developing these documents include the following:
Update Facility condition Assessments.
Integration with Academic and NSCC Strategic Plan.
Amendment to the Growth Plan.
Campus plans and operation requirements.
Energy, Environment and OH&S initiatives.
New NSCC Strategic Plan
Integration with Sustainability Goals and Action Plan
The purpose of the plans is to help guide future development of the buildings to improve their ability to support the college operations, goals and objectives while continuing the NSCC’s journey to a sustainable future. To accomplish this, the following will be included:
Identification of Facility Requirements.
Written improvement plans, including costing, for targeted projects.
Conceptual plans (drawings) of such projects.
Prioritization and sequencing of such projects.
Business cases to help obtain resources from difference funding sources.
The year the physical campus plan was developed or adopted:
The website URL where the physical campus plan is available:
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