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Comprehensive development, and near term development plans

File consists of development plans for the University from 1969-1984. According to George Hume, Director of Campus Planning and Construction, comprehensive development plans stopped being required by the Provincial government in the late 1980s. However, a document entitled "5-year Capital Plan 1991/92 - 1995/96" and produced by the Department of Campus Planning and Construction in 1990, continued to provide similar planning information. See Collection Record: RG 397.8.

Rogers Communication Centre: Technical Installation

This file contains memorandums, Supply and installation of furniture for The Rogers Communication Centre department breakdown, staff job descriptions, invitations, invoices, Rogers Communication Centre Working Group minutes of meeting.

Ryerson Theatre Department

This file contains correspondence, A Report on The Production and Teaching Space Needs of The Ryerson Theatre Department, drawings, Funding Proposal, Feasibility Study Theatre Department New Theatre Facility prepared by Lett/Smith Architects.

Space Planning and Allocation: A. Oatridge, Co-Ordinator

RG 74.39.1 Space Planning 1985
RG 74.39.2 Space Planning 1986
RG 74.39.3 Space Planning 1987
RG 74.39.4 Space Alteration Requests 1986/87
RG 74.39.5 Space Planning Jan. - Apr. 1988
RG 74.39.6 Space Planning May - Dec. 1988
RG 74.39.7 Space Alteration Requests 1989/90
RG 74.39.8 Space Planning 1989-1990
RG 74.39.9 Academic Space Advisory Committee 1989-1992

Space allocation plan

File contains the space allocation plans from 1982 for allocating existing space that would become available with the development of the Anthony Foster Building (for Interior Design) and the completion of the RISIS II installation.