Campus Master Plan and Update

The buildings of Rhodes College constitute one of the finest expressions of the Collegiate Gothic style and are expressive of its liberal arts mission. In 2001, Hanbury provided guidelines that position Rhodes College to meet their evolving needs while preserving this unique character. 

The plan anticipated siting for new buildings; illustrated concept development, including site diagrams and building programs for future facilities; identified land use and open space patterns; strategized key contributions to the campus fabric and planning features; and addressed parking issues. A landscape master plan was also part of the scope of work.

In 2013, the College asked Hanbury to update the master plan in anticipation of needs for a new residence hall, additional teaching and lab space for the Biology and Chemistry departments, and general classroom space. As a result, not only is the campus more vibrant, but campus space across the board is much more efficiently utilized. 
“Hanbury has... continuously demonstrated sensitivity to the needs of our campus community and have consistently delivered outstanding, award winning projects.”
– Brian Foshee, Director of Physical Plant, Rhodes College

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