NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning

Unique Opportunity to Define a Future-Focused Campus Road Map

NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning
NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning
NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning
NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning

Project Credits

Client

NMIT

Date Completed

2017

Sector

Learning Environments

Awards
Project Lead

Jane Hill

Chow:Hill’s strategic vision for Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology offered the tertiary learning provider a future-focused campus development road map.

A campus with connection, wellbeing, and a unique sense of welcome; a campus as a specialist destination, a knowledge hub, a total ecosystem: it was on these founding principles that Chow:Hill’s master planning and urban design team, in collaboration with NMIT’s stakeholder team, formed the future campus vision.

This campus directional plan, designed to provide the building blocks for future campus experience, equipped the tertiary learning provider with a road map upon which to plan and deliver its vision for the next 20 years- to create a future-focused learning organisation that prepares innovative-minded graduates.

The nine-month consultation and design process, undertaken in collaboration with project partners Conrad Gargett and Klu’dup, involved a detailed review of all campus sites, national and international benchmarking, and collation and analysis of facilities data with the preparation and facilitation of multiple stakeholder workshops comprising staff, students and external stakeholders.

The outputs from this process and resulting design framework created a campus master plan where social engagement, spatial access, pedestrian enhancement and inspired learning are at the core of every student experience.

NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning

Project Overview

Client

NMIT

Status

2017

Chow:Hill’s strategic vision for Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology offered the tertiary learning provider a future-focused campus development road map.

A campus with connection, wellbeing, and a unique sense of welcome; a campus as a specialist destination, a knowledge hub, a total ecosystem: it was on these founding principles that Chow:Hill’s master planning and urban design team, in collaboration with NMIT’s stakeholder team, formed the future campus vision.

This campus directional plan, designed to provide the building blocks for future campus experience, equipped the tertiary learning provider with a road map upon which to plan and deliver its vision for the next 20 years- to create a future-focused learning organisation that prepares innovative-minded graduates.

The nine-month consultation and design process, undertaken in collaboration with project partners Conrad Gargett and Klu’dup, involved a detailed review of all campus sites, national and international benchmarking, and collation and analysis of facilities data with the preparation and facilitation of multiple stakeholder workshops comprising staff, students and external stakeholders.

The outputs from this process and resulting design framework created a campus master plan where social engagement, spatial access, pedestrian enhancement and inspired learning are at the core of every student experience.

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NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning

Project Credits

Client

NMIT Strategic Campus Master Planning

Status

In Progress

Project Type

Learning Environments

Awards

 

Project Lead

Jane Hill

Design Team

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