ERIC Number: ED162414
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Aug
Reference Count: 0
Auke Lake Campus Site Development Plan.
Alaska Univ., Juneau. Dept. of Facilities Planning and Construction.; Kramer, Chin and Mayo, Inc., Juneau, AK.
The University of Alaska, Juneau (UAJ), is the center for the University of Alaska Southeast and includes both a senior college and a community college. Most of the university facilities within the Juneau area are on the Auke Lake Campus, approximately 12 miles northwest of central Juneau. This report delineates the location of the campus, then briefly describes the scope and intent of this plan as it relates to the University's comprehensive master planning program. A brief description of the philosophy and objectives of both the University and its consultants follows, and the history of the University and stated objectives of the University of Alaska Southeast are reviewed. An analysis of existing conditions is presented that includes land use, zoning, ownership, utilities, soils, slopes, climates, and visual qualities of the site. Planning ratios in terms of square feet per student are established as guidelines for development of the campus. Site utilization guidelines are set and the mix of building types is established. Design proposals for development of the site are presented that provide a circulation and parking pattern, a proposal for utility distributions and height zones, and a conceptual site development plan in three phases. The report concludes with a series of recommendations made by the consultants that cover transportation, density of development, and architectural character. (Author/MLF)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Alaska Univ., Juneau. Dept. of Facilities Planning and Construction.; Kramer, Chin and Mayo, Inc., Juneau, AK.
Identifiers: Alaska (Juneau); University of Alaska
Note: A preliminary plan for the Auke Lake Campus, University of Alaska, Juneau which evolves from a thorough analysis of the existing campus and includes: theme statements, planning factors and siting guidelines ; Parts may not reproduce clearly