Potential Growth Methods

 

The Master Plan process explored many strategies for accommodating anticipated regional growth in population and employment. These included concentration of all anticipated growth in a single location (Jordan), proportional growth of all locations, development of new locations and consolidation of sites into fewer, larger locations. The recommended strategy, a hybrid incorporating many of these concepts is shown below.

Growth at Jordan Campus only

The existing property to be developed will accommodate the square footage needs of the projected 20-year growth.

potential_growth_jordan.gif


Consolidate Sites

Focus growth at owned sites only. Square footage from leased sites will be added to the projected square footage needs.

potential_growth_consolidate.gif

 

Expand Center Sites

Growth at new leased centers throughout the valley to provide dynamic service as the demographics change over the next 20 years.

potential_growth_expandcenter.gif

 

Expand Campus Sites

Direct growth to a new campus that would provide service to the areas not being supported currently.

potential_growth_expandcampus.gif

 

Growth at all Campuses

Identify growth potential at all campuses, grow as needed at each location.

potential_growth_growcampuses.gif