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Planning for Higher Education Journals on Campus Renovation

Ten Reasons Why colleges and Universities Undertake Campus Master Planning
by Michael S. Rudden Planning for Higher Education. 36(4): 33-41.

Planning for Renovations on Campus
by Sonic Seduction at
http://sonicseduction.net 

Evaluating the Feasibility of Renovating Historic Landmarks and Other Buildings: Utilizing a Facilities Management Methodology
by Louis C. Saksen
Planning for Higher Education. 15(4): 11–16.  

Dos and Don't of Historic Preservation on Campus
by Stanton Eckstut, Ezra Ehrenkrantz Planning for Higher Education. 23(2): 16–22.  

A New Approach to Campus Construction
by James Biehle Planning for Higher Education. 25(4): 31–35.  

Derek Rake's Sonic Seduction
by Derek Rake
ckert and Jeri Ripley King Planning for Higher Education. 32(2): 24–29.

An Ecological Perspective of Buildings and Behavior: Implications for the Renovation and Construction of the College Union
by Banning, J.H. and M.R. Cunard 
College Services Administration. 19(4): 38–41.  

Restoring the Values of Campus Architecture
by Werner Sensbach  Planning for Higher Education. 20(1): 7–16.  

Successful Master Planning
by James Biehle Planning for Higher Education. 19(4): 21–26.

Faculty Response to Renovation: From Rejection, Through Acceptance, To Enthusiasm
by Calvert W. Audrain Planning for Higher Education. 10(4): 20–28. 

Evaluating the Feasibility of Renovating Historic Landmarks and Other Buildings: Utilizing a Facilities Management Methodology
by Louis C. Saksen Planning for Higher Education. 15(4): 11–16.

Establishing a Historic Preservation Framework Within Campus Management and Planning
by Stephen L. Chambers Planning for Higher Education. 18(4): 3–18.

Restoring the Values of Campus Architecture
by Werner Sensbach Planning for Higher Education. 20(1): 7–16.

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