Webster Campus Master Plan Initial Interviews Under Way

| July 29, 2011
Sasaki Initial Interview

From left: Steven Strang, Webster senior project manager; Daniel Kenney, Sasaki principal; Brie Hensold, Sasaki urban planner; and Webster Groves residents Michael Mindlin and Nancy Klepper

Nancy Klepper, Webster Groves resident and Webster University neighbor, and fellow resident Michael Mindlin spoke with members of the Sasaki planning team Thursday in an initial interview regarding development of the University’s new campus master plan.

The yearlong master plan process, which officially begins in September with the first phase, involves four stages: assessment, exploration, master plan development and community engagement.

Klepper said she and her husband chose to live in the Ashford Condominiums, located next door to the Webster campus, in part for the wealth of cultural activities and programs that the University provides the community.

Sasaki is known for its collaborative planning process in bringing together communities with campuses for planning discussions that ultimately benefit the entire region. To learn more about Saasaki, go to www.sasaki.com.

Related Coverage

– Initial Webster Today post on the master plan process.

– The University press release announcing the selection of Sasaki and outlining the yearlong process.

Category: Campus Master Plan Process, St. Louis Campus News, Webster News

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