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.
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 has welcomed the Hobart City Council’s unanimous approval of the $90 million Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development.
A number of exciting upgrades were delivered to several Centrally Managed Learning Spaces (CMLS) at Sandy Bay and Newnham during the summer period.
As part of the major central heating replacement project at the Sandy Bay campus, a helicopter will be in operation at the campus on Saturday 27 February.
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.
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.
The footings are established, the lift shaft grows, and the pre-fab concrete panels are starting to take their places…
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.