Appendix 6. Chancellor's Design Advisory Committee
Establish appropriate general guidance for the orderly development and presentation of the campus. Provide input to proponents/designers of proposed projects contributing to development of the campus. Provide reaction to specific design/development solutions proposed by contracted professionals and in-house staff.
In the past, the Campus Committee on Historic Sites, the Architectural Design Review Committee, and the Committee on Art in Public Spaces have responded to separate charges, agendas, and frequency of meetings. Through consultation with representatives of each of these committees, the Campus believes that it would be in the best interests of efficiency and effectiveness if these committees act together as the Chancellor's Design Advisory (CDAC). Recognizing that some special-interest topics and continuing initiatives may involve issues of more limited interest, the three committees remain intact as subcommittees of the CDAC.
Subcommittee on design:
Subcommittee on Historic Sites: and
Subcommittee on Art in Public Spaces.
Deputy campus historic preservation officer (staff)
Campus historic preservation officer (ex officio)
Director, Office for Capital Programs (ex officio)
In addition to identifying historic campus resources and rating these for their significance, the committee is involved in construction projects which would affect those resources.
The Subcommittee on Historic Sites advises the committee on matters relating to the preservation, utilization, adaptive use, rehabilitation, and renovation of significant campus sites, buildings, and open spaces. The subcommittee also provides advice relative to the impact of a facility of potentially historic value resulting from renovation of new construction. Typically, a project involving a significant structure will reach the committee twice: once, during concept formation so that guidance concerning care of the resource will reach the designers before they begin their work, and again at either the end of schematic design or design development for feedback to the designer before the project planning progresses.
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