Campus Land Use Master Plan
Red Deer College’s Land Use Master Plan provides an overview of the potential long-term development opportunities on our main campus. These documents also provide the framework and guiding principles to help guide the College’s decisions on how to best use its main campus land to sustainably meet future needs for our students and the communities we serve.
The first comprehensive master planning process for RDC's main campus started in 1994. This plan then underwent a comprehensive review and major update in 2003.
Fortunately, the planning foundation created by these documents has been sound. The vision and planning principles established in 2003 still help guide development at RDC today.
Between 2010-12, in anticipation of future construction projects, the College also commissioned minor updates to the previous master plan drawings (see documents below). These updates provided more detail to begin to outline how buildings could start to take shape within the previous master planning context.
Red Deer College's Land Use Master Plan (2013)
Site Overview Image (produced by GEC Architects, 2012)
Master Plan: Entirety (produced by GEC Architects 2012)
Master Plan: Buildings (2017)
Residence Master Plan (produced by Manasc Isaac Architects, 2017)