Master Plan 2019
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In January, 2019, the RCC Board of Education directed the College to develop a new Redwood Campus Master Plan. The plan was to lay out the future of the campus, make recommendations for the use of funds provided by the 2016 Bond Measure 17-69 passed by the voters of the RCC District, and ensure that the campus remains a thriving, growing place to meet the needs of students today and long into the future.
On May 21, 2019, the Board adopted Resolution B83-18/19 approving a contract with ORW Architecture to provide Campus Master Planning Services for the Redwood Campus in Grants Pass.
The Resolution stated, “Prior to moving forward with the Redwood Campus science building design and construction, a campus master plan will be developed to identify the new building site and a comprehensive update to the 2012 campus master plan. The master plan will include a development of a facilities condition index for existing campus buildings, evaluating academic program requirements, recommendations for campus improvements, and providing concept level costing for recommended improvements and existing facilities conditions identified.”
The College submitted Request for Qualifications (RFQ) P17926-2019-03-13 – Campus Master Planning Services, Rogue Community College Redwood Campus. Five firms submitted a response. Three were invited to present their proposals to the College’s bond oversight Committee: ORW Architecture, Mahlum Architects and SRG Partnerships. After evaluation, the firms were scored as follows:
ORW Architecture, 644.
Mahlum Architects, 526.
SRG Partnerships, 622.
The RCC Board of Education resolved to adopt Resolution No. B83-18/19 approving a contract with ORW Architecture to provide Campus Master Planning Services for the Redwood campus for a contract price of $249,811 as an all-inclusive lump sum fee.
The previous College Master Plan was approved in 2011. It represented the first comprehensive review of facilities since completion of plans associated with the Table Rock Campus in 2003 and Riverside Campus in 2006.
Solid institutional planning is a major expectation for meeting accreditation standards set forth by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. If you are interested in further information about this project please contact the President’s Office at 541-956-7000.