Broderick Architects has worked with numerous schools, churches and summer camps to create master plans. Typically the process starts with a building committee meeting to generate the basic goals of the master plan, which is then followed with programming workshops to develop the goals of the master plan and brainstorm layouts for the buildings involved. In a majority of these projects, planning for future expansions is a key design element. The success of this phasing depends on the development of a well-conceived master plan. The master plan needs to be comprehensive enough to provide a usable tool that will address the future needs of the occupants. Many times the master plan is just the beginning of our work with a client, followed by architectural and interior design work.