The University has scheduled electrical works from 5am to 7.30am on Friday 28 April 2017, for maintenance to the HV substation that supplies electricity to rings A, B and C on the Crawley campus (refer to map).
Campus Management's Grounds team is undertaking aerating and overseeding on some areas of the campus grounds to improve the lawn area surfaces, Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 April. These activities will be undertaken at James and Riley ovals. Some areas will be required to be roped off to allow the seed to germinate.
The University carries out campus-wide building inspections for existing and potential hazards, and to ensure all building spaces are safe, compliant and ready for occupation at the beginning of each semester.
The University has scheduled electrical works from 6am to 7am on Tuesday 14 February 2017, to complete high voltage (HV) switching to the Crawley campus. The works are necessary to ensure the HV electrical network circuit is fully connected and integrated.
The University is undertaking a free campus-wide furniture, waste and e-waste collection to remove all unwanted, old or damaged items, from Wednesday 25 January to Wednesday 8th February2017.
We ask that you take the time to check your work and storage areas for items that are no longer used or required, damaged or taking up space unnecessarily (these items are not only unsightly, but also create a safety hazard).
The pedestrian access north of the Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre (and the CO2 Research Facility) will be closed from Tuesday 29 November to Friday 9 December, while the installation of automatic bollards is undertaken.
Between 7am and approximately 8.30am on Thursday 24 November Campus Management will use a crane to remove an empty tank and two generators from the Electrical Engineering building (226). The crane will be placed at the side of car park 16 (off Fairway entry 2). There will be no access to the car park during this time.
Changeover work on the Crawley campus electricity substation has been completed successfully. The work will provide a safe and stable power supply to our campus buildings and was necessary because the old substation presented a risk to the campus power supply as it was nearing the end of its service life.