Curving Pathways will provide a functional, highly memorable way to move around the campus and also contribute to the campus’s special sense of place.
The 2002 LRDP
The 2002 Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) was designed as a general blueprint for a campus to last far into the future.
It was intended to:
- reflect new technologies
- reach out and welcome students who previously have not had the advantage of a University of California campus in their local region
- set standards for sustainable use of energy and other scarce resource
- be a model of development in the great San Joaquin Valley
- serve as an economic engine for the region
The final section of the LRDP also provides a detailed plan for the first buildings and infrastructure for the campus when it opened in 2005.
The LRDP represents more than a year’s work by many planners, architects, engineers, and environmental scientists as well as thoughtful discussions with many people both within and without the university.
The university also is presenting the associated Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) which includes responses to comments submitted during the course of the public review period on the Draft EIR from August 13, 2001, to October 4, 2001.