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NMSU continues to solicit community input as it develops its master plan

After a weeklong series of workshops late last year to help discuss New Mexico State University's master plan, the university is continuing on its path toward development of this crucial project.


ty members are invited to participate in an upcoming workshop/community meeting to discuss the master blueprint. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 19, in the Corbett Center Auditorium on the NMSU campus. Light refreshments will be served.

The master plan outlines the university's future physical development and land use, including infrastructure, buildings and transportation.

Consultants for the project are Studio D Architects in Las Cruces and their partner firm, Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas and Co., who have offices in Tampa, Fla., and Norfolk, Va. Also, consultants in infrastructural engineering, landscape architecture and transportation will be involved.

Michael Rickenbaker, university architect and director of NMSU's facilities planning and construction department, is coordinating the series of master plan workshops and meetings that are scheduled throughout the spring semester.

Bob Nosbisch
Jan. 17, 2006