As the year draws to a close, the planning and initial work starts on delivering some exciting and much-needed upgrades to Centrally Managed Learning Spaces (CMLS) in the north and south in early 2016.
Weather permitting, on Saturday 5 December tree maintenance works will be carried out to the large eucalypts between the Morris Miller Library and Administration buildings.
Furthering Newnham’s sustainable transport infrastructure, work is set to commence on constructing a bike hub at the Newnham campus. This will follow hot on the heels of bus shelter works recently completed along Maritime Way.
On Monday 23 November, path works will commence on the central mall breeze way, and pedestrian access will be restricted.
With barely six weeks left until Christmas (!) now is the time to get in and order your University department and personal Christmas cards from Uniprint.
Work is set to commence on 17 November 2015 to install Telstra mobile network antennas on the roof of Building A.
The archaeological stage of the Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development project is well and truly peeling back the layers of one of the older and more colourful parts of Hobart.
A large scale project has commenced to replace the district heating system at the Sandy Bay campus. Now that semester 2 examinations have concluded, major works have begun with a number of related external excavations popping up around campus.
On the weekend of 7 and 8 November, the University of Tasmania threw open the doors to the public as part of the annual Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Open House program.
Acknowledging our work on sustainable transport, the University received a PIA TAS Award for Planning Excellence at an Awards ceremony held at the Moonah Arts Centre on Wednesday 4 November.