THE CONDITIONAL USE MASTER PLAN is a 10-20 year long-range plan for the college and was recently updated and shared with the local community on Monday, April 9, 2013.
Warner Pacific College plans to start raising funds in the summer of 2012 to construct a new, four-story academic building. The 40,000 square feet structure would include classrooms, study areas and offices for faculty and administrators and could cost as much as $12 million. A construction schedule will not be confirmed until fundraising is underway, but this project would be the first phase of the college’s master plan, which is being updated before submission to the city next year.
The college choose Boora architects for the planning and design. Other projects proposed in the plan’s early stages include additional parking and student housing.
Any questions about the Conditional Use Master Plan may be directed to Steve Stenberg, Vice President for Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is a slideshow presentation of the master plan and architectural drawings of the new academic building.