Following on closely from a number of exciting campus development and consolidation works during 2014 as part of Phase 1 of the SCRAP Project, Council recently gave the green light for SCRAP Phase 2 to get underway.
If you ride a motorbike or bicycle to Uni, the good news is that there are now more places to park your bike.
Our IMAS Building on Hobart’s Waterfront can’t seem to stay away from the awards! This time the building has been selected as a finalist in the United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) World Environment Day Awards 2015.
The Off the Wall Conceptual Art competition is on again, and the shortlist is in!
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so here’s a short pictorial “essay” of some of the highlights of the recent Centenary Building redevelopment on the Sandy Bay campus.
We may be yet to put a spade in the ground, but there’s still plenty going on backstage in relation to the ACIPA development in the Hobart CBD.
The slides for last week’s professional services presentations at Sandy Bay, Cradle Coast and Newnham are now available. Download a copy of the presentation slides (PDF 5MB – staff access only).
Commercial Services and Development, Financial Services, Human Resources, ITS and Legal Services will be running information sessions for University staff at the Sandy Bay, Newnham and Cradle Coast campuses in May (the Rozelle session will be held later in the year).
It may not have been a full makeover complete with hair and make-up, but the recently completed conservation works to Domain House will ensure that the essential building fabric remains good for future generations and any future development.