Starting this week, traffic management will be in place on College Road to allow for line marking to be carried out.
Much like the stage curtain that marks the end of one scene and the beginning of an exciting new one, the fences have gone up around the site of the Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development, signifying the start of early works on site.
Opening hours for Uniprint at Sandy Bay and Newnham will change from Monday 21 September.
Showing that the NRAS Hobart Apartments development is in the best of hands, architectural firm TERROIR has just been awarded a 2015 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) International Architecture Award for Residential Architecture.
Australian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS) has announced the finalist candidates for the 2015 Green Gown Awards Australasia – and it’s great to see our own IMAS building shortlisted in the newly introduced Built Environment category.
Prepared as a commemoration to the 125 anniversary of the founding of the University in 1890, here’s a chance to get your hands on a beautifully crafted and illustrated history of Domain House.
Commercial Services and Development – under the leadership of Jacinta Young – was acknowledged by Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Rathjen at the formal launch of the TSBE building on Friday 4 September. CSD was recognised among the primary contributors to a first-class redevelopment of Sandy Bay’s Centenary Building and a stunning new home for TSBE.
With the winter chill still lingering outside, it might warm you to know that a major upgrade to the Sandy Bay district heating system is currently underway.
The Churchill Avenue footbridge will be temporarily unavailable from 7:00pm on Wednesday 9 September 2015 to allow for heating system pipework to be undertaken.
Those who have visited have seen for themselves what a great new set of spaces and on-campus experience the recent Centenary Building refurbishment has delivered. Now it’s been recognised through a Master Builders Tasmania award.