College of Natural Resources Master Plan

Developing a strategic vision at UC Berkeley

Noll & Tam developed a Strategic Master Plan for UC Berkeley’s College of Natural Resources that provides a road map for the next 20 years. The overarching goal is to use the College’s facilities as a demonstration of ecological sustainability. Key issues include re-using historic buildings, advancing multi-disciplinary learning and research, and remaining fiscally responsible. The report included detailed cost estimates to plan for a phased implementation and establish the capital campaign fundraising goals.

Details and Team

Project Details

Berkeley, CA

Location

Giannini Hall 35,500 ASF

Wellman Hall 20,500 ASF

Hilgard Hall 46,650 ASF

Mulford Hall 40,000 ASF

Morgan Hall 33,000 ASF

Koshland Hall 57,700 ASF

Size

2010

Completion Date
Team

Frederic Knapp

Historic Consultant

Rumsey Engineering

Mechanical

Design for Science

Lab Consultant

Janiele Maffei

Structural

Oppenheim Lewis

Cost Estimating
Project Details

Berkeley, CA

Location

Giannini Hall 35,500 ASF

Wellman Hall 20,500 ASF

Hilgard Hall 46,650 ASF

Mulford Hall 40,000 ASF

Morgan Hall 33,000 ASF

Koshland Hall 57,700 ASF

Size

2010

Completion Date
Team

Frederic Knapp

Historic Consultant

Rumsey Engineering

Mechanical

Design for Science

Lab Consultant

Janiele Maffei

Structural

Oppenheim Lewis

Cost Estimating

Noll & Tam developed a Strategic Master Plan for UC Berkeley’s College of Natural Resources that provides a road map for the next 20 years. The overarching goal is to use the College’s facilities as a demonstration of ecological sustainability. Key issues include re-using historic buildings, advancing multi-disciplinary learning and research, and remaining fiscally responsible. The report included detailed cost estimates to plan for a phased implementation and establish the capital campaign fundraising goals.