The Cleveland Conceptual Master Planning Committee (CMPC)
The Cleveland Conceptual Master Planning Committee (CMPC) is a group of school and community stakeholder representatives who work together to help provide feedback for the Cleveland Master Plan. CMPC members synthesize community-wide input and share the evolving details of the project to others in the community. While CMPC members do not make decisions, their input is crucial in creating a design that the entire Cleveland community can be proud of.
CMPC Presentations & Meeting Notes
View the Cleveland CMPC Report
View the Cleveland CMPC Overview Info-graphic
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What Is Conceptual Master Planning?
The conceptual master planning process will determine each school’s overall program needs, site layout, and more accurately determine the cost estimates for historic modernization vs. the rebuilding of that school. This conceptual planning information will help PPS in the planning of future capital improvement bonds.
What Is Modernization?
Modernization will completely reconfigure and update learning spaces with a focus on indoor environmental quality, sustainability and historic preservation. Full modernizations retain the historic character of the school while bringing those buildings up to code and concurrently creating a more modern learning environment. In the case of Cleveland it may be determined that a partial or complete rebuild might be the best approach. This decision will be determined during conceptual master planning.
For more information about school building improvements, contact: 503-916-2222 or email email@example.com
Learn more about Cleveland High School
Cleveland CMPC schedule
Conceptual master planning of Cleveland High School would begin in the fall of 2019 and complete in Winter 2019. The schedule for the modernization of Cleveland High School has not been determined at this time and would be contingent on the passage of a future school improvement bond.
Mahlum is the design team for Cleveland Master Planning. Deeply rooted in the Pacific Northwest, Mahlum creates spaces that express the culture, aspirations and identity of the communities they serve, distinctively honoring the character of each K-12 school they design. They designed the recently modernized Grant High School.