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1 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 1 UOIT AND DC Phase One Analysis October 25, 2008 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN

2 2 Agenda 1.Schedule 2.Durham College Key Stakeholder Issues Instructional Space Analysis 3.UOIT Key Stakeholder Issues Instructional Space Analysis 4.Campus Analysis Campus Stakeholder Issues Design Principles Campus Analysis 5.Campus Alternatives for Discussion

3 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 3 Schedule

4 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 4 Campus 5 min Conlin Street Simcoe Street

5 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 5 Key Stakeholder Issues Preliminary Space Needs Durham College

6 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 6 DC Key Stakeholder Issues Enrollment Growth Durham College projected to grow at 3% per year – 15% over 5 years Greatest impediment to growth is lack of space Academic Programs Potential Hospitality and Tourism program Increased training to address the skilled trades shortages Durham Regional Police satellite station New energy programs at Whitby campus (energy incubator) Potential new Fine Arts/Media and Health Sciences programs Major Facility Needs Relocate shared service areas from A, B, C and D wings into a new 'one-stop shopping' student services building Decommission portables and reclaim shared service areas in A, B, C and D wings with teaching and learning spaces Cluster programs by school in the Willey building to reinforce school identity Introduce new Hospitality and Tourism facility Create a joint Health Sciences building in A4 with UOIT Potential Media, Arts and Design Centre

7 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 7 DC Key Stakeholder Issues Quality of Space and Student Life Environment Enhance the quality of instructional space Improve the quality and quantity of study spaces, including quiet study areas Improve quality and quantity of office and conference spaces for full and part time faculty Need for informal meeting spaces for faculty, staff and students to create a sense of community Constrained dining facilities need to be addressed

8 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 8 Instructional Space Analysis Purpose Project current and future space needs for each institution Methodology Interviews with UOIT and DC stakeholders Council of Educational Facility Planners International space planning guidelines Initial analysis of instructional space with subsequent examination of all space types Assumptions Weekly student contact hours (WSCH) generated from the Fall 2008 Course Schedules for UOIT and DC Fall 2008 enrollment figures and instructional space inventory supplied by UOIT and DC In the absence of registration data for Trent students, course enrollments were assumed to be 65 percent of room capacity Full space inventory for DC currently being developed

9 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 9 Preliminary Space Needs Durham College – Distribution of Classroom Student Contact Hours Sections sizes of 26 – 50 students account for 73 percent of classroom instruction Classroom Size WSCH% , – 5053, – 757, – 1002, –

10 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 10 Preliminary Space Needs Durham College - Classroom Utilization Target - 70

11 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 11 Preliminary Space Needs Durham College - Classroom Occupancy Target - 70

12 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 12 Preliminary Space Needs Durham College – Laboratory Utilization 'Other' includes unassigned DC laboratories (computer labs) and 2 UOIT labs Target - 35

13 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 13 Preliminary Space Needs Durham College – Laboratory Occupancy 'Other' includes unassigned DC laboratories (computer labs) and 2 UOIT labs Target - 70

14 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 14 Preliminary Space Needs Summary Durham College Summary The majority of classroom contact hours are generated in small to mid-sized rooms Very high level of classroom utilization confirms little scheduling flexibility in existing classroom supply Low levels of occupancy in large classrooms indicate additional capacity may be available if section sizes can be increased Laboratory utilization and occupancy are well above target and suggest possible overuse of room

15 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 15 Questions and Discussion

16 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 16 Key Stakeholder Issues Preliminary Space Needs UOIT

17 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 17 UOIT Key Stakeholder Issues Research at UOIT Insufficient research space Goal to grow graduate enrollment with focus in sciences, engineering and energy Opportunity for partnerships with industry:  Automotive  Energy  IT  Health Potential to develop high tech research park on North Campus Immediate plans for Cyber Crime Center, possibly on North Campus

18 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 18 UOIT Key Stakeholder Issues Enrollment Growth Expected growth in CJPS, Communications and Business undergraduate and graduate programs Shortage of space is a constraint to growth Academic Programs Goal to deliver market-oriented programs to meet GTA higher education needs Potential Health Sciences program with link to Queens Business and IT as separate Faculties Major Facility Priorities Development of Downtown Campus with CJPS, Business and Communications programs Decommission UL and U5 Build A4 for Energy and Nuclear Science Build A5 for Health Sciences Additional office and classroom space 'One-stop shopping' student services building

19 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 19 Preliminary Space Needs UOIT – Distribution of Classroom Student Contact Hours Section sizes of 26 to 50 students and 150+ students account for 50 % of classroom instruction Classroom Size WSCH% , – 5019, – 7512, – 1008, – 1509, ,65625

20 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 20 Preliminary Space Needs UOIT - Classroom Utilization Target - 70

21 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 21 Preliminary Space Needs UOIT - Classroom Occupancy Target - 70

22 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 22 Preliminary Space Needs UOIT – Laboratory Utilization Target - 35

23 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 23 UOIT Laboratory Occupancy Preliminary Space Needs 80 Target - 70

24 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 24 Preliminary Space Needs Summary UOIT High levels of classroom utilization in both the daytime and evening Mismatch between classroom and section sizes accounts for low levels of occupancy Low levels of occupancy suggest opportunities to better align classes with room sizes Potential to accommodate enrollment growth in labs given low levels of utilization and occupancy

25 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 25 Questions and Discussion

26 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 26 Campus Stakeholder Issues Design Principles Campus Analysis Shared Campus

27 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 27 Campus-wide Stakeholder Issues Housing and Student Life Demand for student housing on or near the campus Need to enhance on-campus student life opportunities Existing student centre inadequate Town-Gown Students living in adjacent neighborhoods an issue Institutions as economic generators:  Downtown campus  Research park  Workforce training Institutional Relationships Continue to build on opportunities inherent in shared campus Desire for individual institutional identity within shared campus Movement towards greater independent functions in some areas, e.g. Advancement

28 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 28 Campus Stakeholder Issues Identified Shared Facility Priorities Expand study spaces in library (learning commons) and throughout campus Event space – auditorium, meeting rooms for career fairs, etc. Student life spaces – group study, lounge, clubs, social spaces and student center 'One-stop' student services building:  Housing office  Writing center  ESL department  1st year experience drop in center  Center for Students with Disabilities  Career resource center  IT front-counter services  Bookstore  Cafeteria  Other (e.g. registrar, bursar, financial aid, academic advising)?

29 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 29 Design Principles Design the campus to support the mission of each institution Strengthen the identity of each institution by:  Defining their entry and arrival sequences  Creating an identifiable heart  Developing a strong sense of orientation for each institution Improve the physical organization and legibility of the campus Locate student life and shared spaces at the campus core to promote a vibrant social learning environment Build a compact academic core to support a collegiate setting and walkable environment Design buildings and outdoor spaces sustainably and in response to the natural and cultural landscape Rationalize circulation with smooth transitions from car to parking to pedestrian Enhance the surrounding urban setting through development

30 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 30 Campus Analysis 1.Learning Environment 2.Multi-Institutional Campus 3.Sense of Place 4.Climate 5.Connections 6.Capacity for Growth

31 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 31 Learning Environment Distribution of formal learning spaces on campus. Based on predominate building use 5 min

32 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 32 Distribution of informal learning/social places through out the campus in the public realm Learning Environment 5 min

33 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 33 Multi-Institutional Campus Distribution of institutions, shared buildings, and shared learning/social places

34 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 34 Multi-Institutional Campus Arrival by car to the campus, shared entry ways

35 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 35 Multi-Institutional Campus Arrival by bus, shared public transportation

36 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 36 Sense of Place North Oshawa Cultural Landscape: Forested Land

37 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 37 Sense of Place North Oshawa Cultural Landscape: Natural Open Space

38 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 38 Sense of Place North Oshawa Cultural Landscape: Agricultural Land

39 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 39 Sense of Place Campus Landscape: Lawn

40 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 40 Sense of Place Campus Landscape: Quads and Greens

41 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 41 Sense of Place Campus Landscape: Plazas

42 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 42 Sense of Place Campus Landscape: Athletic Fields

43 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 43 Sense of Place Campus Landscape: Buildings

44 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 44 Climate Building arrangements create sunny and shady campus spaces Morning 9:00 am (March 20 th /September 22 nd )

45 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 45 Climate Building arrangements create sunny and shady campus spaces Afternoon 4:00 pm (March 20 th /September 22 nd )

46 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 46 Connections Land Use in Oshawa

47 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 47 Connections Open Space Corridors

48 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 48 Connections Travel Distances between Campuses UOIT/DC  Downtown Car: 10 minutes Bus: 20 minutes UOIT/DC  Whitby Car: 20 minutes Bus: 20 minutes

49 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 49 Connections Local Bus Routes in Oshawa

50 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 50 Connections GO Transportation connecting UOIT / DC with the GTA

51 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 51 Connections Proposed Vehicular Changes Potential widening of Conlin Road Reconstruction of Simcoe Rd with two-way center turn lane and shared-use path on west (campus) side Potential increase in traffic from the north due to 407 extension Proposed Transportation Change Public Transportation Route

52 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 52 Connections Existing Vehicular Access Major local and on-campus roads

53 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 53 Connections Pedestrian Circulation

54 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 54 Connections Circulation Issues and Conflicts: Difficult pedestrian road crossing Narrow sidewalks along major corridor create pedestrian- vehicular conflict Narrow hallway inadequate for main interior circulation route Bus loop traffic impinges on open spaces in front of the Willey Building Informal crossings to the Dalhousie neighborhood Ineffectual left turn prohibition at Founders Gate exit Inadequate pedestrian and vehicular wayfinding

55 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 55 Existing land will support significant growth Topography Capacity for Growth

56 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 56 Capacity for Growth Existing land will support significant growth Flood Plain (Hurricane Hazel)

57 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 57 Capacity for Growth Existing land will support significant growth Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority (CLOCA) Review Designation

58 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 58 Capacity for Growth Existing land will support significant growth Conservation/Open Space Zones

59 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 59 Existing land will support significant growth Maximum Developable Areas Excluding Northern Dancer Site Excluding Forested Areas Total Developable Area – 76 ha Capacity for Growth

60 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 60 Existing Campus South of Conlin FAR Capacity for Growth MIT FAR University of Toronto – 1.68 FARQueen's University FAR

61 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 61 Capacity for Growth North of Conlin (62 hectares) 0.50 FAR  3,337,000 sq ft 0.75 FAR  5,000,000 sq ft Core Campus South of Conlin (14 hectares) 0.75 FAR  1,130,000 sq ft 1.50 FAR  2,260,000 sq ft 23 ha 7 ha 21 ha 7 ha 4 ha 6 ha

62 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 62 Questions and Discussion

63 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 63 Program Direction UOIT: Main Campus, Downtown Focus UOIT science and technology programs on the core of the campus UOIT Business, CJPS and Communications programs move downtown DC: Oshawa Campus, Whitby, Downtown DC continues growth of existing programs at Oshawa campus Focus on DC Media, Arts and Design centre Continue to focus DC skilled trade programs at Whitby Possible expansion of DC programs to include hospitality and tourism programs Preliminary Physical Form and Density Alternatives Concentrated Core: To extent possible, concentrate academic uses in core campus to enhance student and faculty interaction Long-term densification will require significant percentage of structured or remote parking May require relocation of baseball field north of Conlin Distributed Functions North and South of Conlin: UOIT graduate, professional, institutes and research north of Conlin Selected shared student life, housing, recreation and parking functions north of Conlin Consider location for community-oriented programs, e.g. Hospitality, event space Campus Alternatives for Discussion

64 CAMPUS MASTER PLAN 64 Questions and Discussion


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