Planning for Higher Education Journal

Recycled Space and Found Space

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From Volume 2 Number 3 | June 1973
By James J. Morisseau

Among other effects, the fiscal crisis in higher education has put the brakes on new campus construction and placed a new emphasis on the better use of existing space, the "recycling" of existing structures for new and/or better uses, and "found space," the lease or purchase of noncampus commercial structures and their conversion for academic use. This article, based on a SCUP conference on "Modernization and Renovation for Higher Education Facilities" held in St. Louis in April 1973 in cooperation with Educational Facilities Laboratories, outlines some of the alternatives and procedures for effective utilization, modernization, and renovation.

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