ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Luckett & Farley developed a master plan for Northern New Mexico College in order to capture a long-term vision for the college, looking ahead 10, 20, and even as far as 50 years into the future.
The need for the plan was generated when various sites were being considered for upcoming construction projects like student housing. The resulting plan consists primarily of a land use study with consideration given to current and projected trends in population and enrollment, as well as educational programs and activities.
The initial effort to begin the master plan included verification of the existing conditions, including campus boundaries, contours, existing buildings, paving, parking, roads, walks, and utilities. Additionally, the team identified adjacent properties for future acquisition that will be needed to realize the vision of the master plan and accommodate the projected growth and prosperity of the college.
During the planning process, numerous design issues were explored, including but not limited to the following: