The Office of Facilities Management will host its sixth community meeting to discuss the University’s proposed Institutional Master Plan (IMP) on Monday, June 10, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the ballroom of the William Pitt Union. The meeting will focus on community feedback and next steps in the IMP process.
Following this meeting, the final IMP document will be published and submitted for legislative approval.
Faculty and staff unable to attend the meeting are invited to review the presentation and minutes, which will be posted online following the meeting, and provide comments.
About the Draft Institutional Master Plan
The IMP is a more detailed version of Pitt’s campus master plan, which was created after more than a year of input from Pitt faculty, students and staff as well as community members and partners. Read more about the differences between the Pittsburgh Campus Master Plan and the IMP.
Using the feedback received at meetings last fall, Facilities Management is now developing it into an IMP — a formal document required by the City of Pittsburgh that provides details related to City regulations, including building height and mass, parking, urban design and neighborhood compatibility. An IMP helps provide greater understanding about institutional plans to the community and public.
After receiving community input at meetings like the one on June 10, the University will submit the IMP to the City.