Just when you thought the campus plan was finally behind you, Georgetown University is hosting two events this week to remind residents the 2017-2037 master planning process is just around the corner.
The sessions, open to all, are far from the nuanced conversations about dorm occupancy and available buildable space that were common during the 2010 Campus Plan process. Instead they will offer an overview of planning and processes.
According to Stacy Kerr, a spokeswoman for the University, Planning 101 will address:
- Key principles of planning,
- An historical overview of Georgetown, which touches on early campus planning,
- An introduction of Forrest City Washington and Sasaki, GU's partners for their master plan. They will describe in more detail the GU planning process as it moves forward, concluding with a Q&A session.
Planning 101 will take place Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the McShain Lounge of McCarthy Hall and Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 9:30 a.m. in the Leavey Program Room at the Leavey Center on the Georgetown University Campus.