Please be aware of upcoming works as we enhance and maintain the spaces across our campuses.
Thinking about buying an electric vehicle?
We’re working with Surge, an Australian start-up supporting the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) in the Australian market.
As part of their research, they’re looking to interview people who are considering purchasing an EV. The aim is to listen to participants’ personal reactions to some of the proposed concepts that Surge is developing to help make owning an EV easier.
Participants will be asked to review a one-page story board (images with some commentary). The interview will take between 30 and 45 minutes and no preparation or direct experience with EVs is needed. We expect that the interviews will happen in the coming weeks.
Please email Valerie Leung from Surge if you would like to participate.
Works across College of Science and Engineering
Over the next six months, there will be a number of exciting improvements in and around the College of Science and Engineering. These will range from refurbishments of labs and HDR spaces, to the opening of the Biodiversity building and major works to enhance the College front.
Collectively, these projects represent a significant investment in the College and will bring many benefits. The refurbishments and enhancements will modernise teaching and learning spaces, create a welcoming entrance to the College and improve amenity in Anchor Court, including a services upgrade for our existing retail tenant. Some of these works will involve ensuring that safety equipment remains compliant within the College.
Given the nature and timing of projects, you’ll notice a significant increase in activity around CSE between October and April next year. At times, there may be intermittent disruption to pedestrian and/or car park access, as well as some noise or minor vibration associated with the works.
We will provide regular broad updates to the College, as well as communicate directly ahead of time with any groups affected by works.
Meeting room capacities
When booking a meeting space, please remember to check that the room is large enough to cater for the number of people attending.
Maximum room capacities still apply per SA Government’s current COVID-19 guidelines – currently, this is based on 1 person per 2 square metres in an enclosed space. For most meeting rooms, this aligns with normal capacities but note that there are some exceptions. Note that this is subject to ongoing change at short notice.
You can find the most up-to-date capacity information in the Outlook listing for the space (see image A below for an example), as well as online. Rooms with a ‘concierge panel’ also display this information (see image B below for an example).