If you’re interested in learning about the recommended repairs and physical restoration process for the Armory, take a look at the link below.
If you’re curious about the status of master plan projects, look no further! Below you will find a link to “State of the Campus,” a presentation delivered yesterday by VP of Facilities, Bob Francis. Please note that slides with grey header text represent projects that will carry over from 2012-2017 into the next phase of planning (2014-2019) or begin during the 2014-2019 phase.
As Drexel undergoes the implementation of its 2012-2017 Campus Master Plan, it looks ahead through 2019. The link below features “Transform 2014-2019,” a collection of initial ideas for future master plan projects.
Updated 03.03.13: As part of the Research Lab and Core Facility Master Plan, Drexel has asked Payette Associates to conduct a feasibility study in Bossone regarding wet lab fit-outs. The following PDF exhibits the findings for a study performed on Level 5 of Bossone:
Updated 10.09.13: As a top research institution, Drexel is looking to expand and renovate its research spaces. The slideshow below is a status report that addresses research and lab space design and planning concepts (especially for 3101 Market Street) that are in the works.
If you’re interested in learning more about Drexel’s Master Plan, take a look at the PDF below, which features over 200 pages of Master Plan details.
Updated 10.7.13. Design concepts for a Drexel health clinic on 11th Street in Center City called the Stephen and Sandy Sheller Center for Health and Healing is in the works. Stay tuned and take a look at some of the initial ideas below:
Philadelphia’s Daroff Design recently conducted a color study for Drexel University as part of an on-going effort to transform the campus. The goal, stated on page 3 of the study, is to “reimagine the Drexel campus in light of a collegiate architectural tradition, updating old symbols in favor of a new language that embodies the current University ethos.” To achieve this goal, the study suggests the following strategy, also found on page 3: “develop a more refined color palette that can be utilized throughout the campus which complements both new projects and existing buildings. Consider achievable ways in which to implement the new palette and establish standards for application.”
To see the study, click on the link to the PDF below: