|Title||Web based consultation for Cambridge University's building program|
|Authors||Richens, P. and Ruffle, S.|
This two-year project is researching the web as a communications medium for better client-ship in the construction industry. The Martin Centre is developing a web site that presents Cambridge University's \$700m current building program to staff, students, alumni, and the citizens of Cambridge. Focussing on the University's master plans for the Sidgwick and West Cambridge teaching campuses, the project is in collaboration with the University Estate Management and Building Service (EMBS), General Board, West Cambridge Project Office, Sidgwick Site User Representatives, and the Press Office. The web site explains the University's development proposals in manner suited to readers with no building industry knowledge and offers an opportunity for consultative feedback.
|Keywords||Architecture, Urban Planning, Consultation Website, Masterplan|
|Conference||21st Annual Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture. ACADIA|
|Book title||Reinventing the discourse: how digital tools help bridge and transform research, education and practice in architecture: the proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture. ACADIA|