Campus Master Planning Charrette

Drury University has selected acclaimed architecture and urban design firm Cooper Robertson to lead a strategic, momentum-building campus master planning process in the coming months.

Representatives from Cooper Robertson will be on the Drury campus during the week of April 17 to conduct a multi-day design charrette to gather input, ideas and feedback from a variety of stakeholder groups including: faculty, staff, students, Midtown Neighborhood residents, the City of Springfield, Greene County, the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Springfield Association, and many more community leaders and civic groups. The sessions will take place in the Hammons School of Architecture building.