Works are about to commence on signage installation at West Park as part of the University’s statewide branding signage project.
The week commencing 3 July will see tree works carried out across several Sandy Bay campus locations.
The Morris Miller Library continues its transformation, quite literally from top to bottom.
While there might still be very visible signs of work on the outside, inside the Hobart Apartments it’s a different story.
Work has commenced on a major project to upgrade and update signage at major University locations state-wide. This project is being undertaken to upgrade the signage on prominent buildings in line with the revised University brand and with a view to promoting the University’s presence in our cities.
As part of longer term plans to consolidate functions to the Sandy Bay middle campus and improve access to services and amenities, the Riawunna Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Education has relocated to newly refurbished facilities in the Social Sciences Building.
The University’s student accommodation at Inveresk has received more industry accolades, receiving two Australian Property Institute (Vic/Tas Division) 2016 Excellence in Property Awards.
The University’s Inveresk Apartments won the Engineered Timber category award and received a special highly commended for the Multiple Housing category at the 2016 Australian Timber Design Awards.
Vibrant artwork within the University’s building program in the CBD, will be the focus of a recent $25,000 donation to the University of Tasmania Foundation.
The University’s new teaching and learning facility at Mount St Vincent Nursing Home, Ulverstone, which was opened in September 2015 won the ‘New construction – under $1 million’ category at the Master Builders’ Tasmania 2016 Excellence Awards on 20 August.