In 1999, Texas Medical Center, responding to the dramatic growth on campus, created a bold and comprehensive “Vision for Growth: A 50-Year Master Plan for the Institutions of the Texas Medical Center.” This plan established a framework to guide institutional growth and improve the physical environment of the Texas Medical Center.
Subsequently, additional master plans were developed to provide guidelines for hazard mitigation, pedestrian circulation, a skywalk system for the main campus, and storm water management. In 2006, the 50-Year Master Plan was updated.
- 2009 Mid- and South Campus Conceptual Development Plan (171 MB pdf)
- 2009 Mid- and South Campus Conceptual Development Plan (5 MB pdf)
- 2006 50-Year Master Plan Update (114 MB pdf)
- 2006 50-Year Master Plan Update (53 MB pdf)
- 2005 Stormwater Master Plan (4.55 MB pdf)
- 2005 Skywalk Master Plan (3.9 MB pdf)
- Pedestrian Circulation Master Plan (16 MB pdf)
- 2001 Hazard Mitigation Master Plan (7 MB pdf)
- 1999 50-Year Master Plan (15 MB pdf)
- 1999 50-Year Master Plan Overview (26.4 MB ppt)
2011 Growth Information
Texas Medical Center and its member institutions strive to ensure the campus is accessible, attractive, and safe. The common goal is the pursuit of managed growth through master planning and infrastructure coordination. To this end, Texas Medical Center has established and adopted Architectural Standards as provided for in the Charter and Restrictions Governing Texas Medical Center.