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Campus Disruptions

Last updated 13 December 2018

Adelaide City Council roadworks information in the CBD.

Current Works
Areas Affected Start Date Completion Date
North Terrace Security Office Temporary Relocation 10 December 2018 30 April 2019
Facade & Window Cleaning - Old Classics and Mitchell Buildings 24 November 2018 24 November 2018
Engineering South Ground floor redevelopment 22 October 2018 21 February 2019
Johnson Laboratory upgrade 22 October 2018 21 February 2019
Union House redevelopment / Cloisters Car Park Closure
15 October 2018 15 February 2019
Lift Maintenance & Annual Testing Program January 2018 December 2018
Barr Smith South - Library Laneway Site Compound November 2017 June 2019
Medical School North - HSIS 2 January 2017 February 2019
Medical School South - HSIS 2 January 2017 February 2019
Botanic High School Construction Works 22 July 2017 31 December 2018

Current Works & Disruptions Details

Security Office Temporary Relocation

The North Terrace Security Office is being temporarily relocated from the Kenneth Wills Building to Ground Floor Oliphant Building due to renovations from 10 December 2018 to 30 April 2019.

During this time, the inter campus shuttle waiting area has been relocated to the entrance of Hub Central. The pick up zone remains the same.

Please follow the wayfinding signage and floor decals or download the map.

The Oliphant Office will be the key access point for emergency services and paramedics during the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

For more information contact Capital Projects Delivery: James Rivett - 0435 057 855

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Engineering South Redevelopment - Stage 1

Refurbishment of the ground floor of Engineering South will impact access to the Holden Laboratory and the Engineering Workshop from 22 October 2018 to late-February 2019.

There will be no access to the Holden Laboratory (SG10) during the construction period.

Access to the Engineering Workshop (SG12) will be via the eastern entry.

For more information contact Capital Projects Delivery: Helen Halliday - 0435 962 625

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Johnson Laboratory upgrade - Stage 1

Stage 1 of the Johnson laboratory upgrade will impact access to spaces on the ground floor and level one from 22 October 2018 to 21 February 2019.

There will be no access to rooms 105-108, 124-126 and 122D (corridor) during the construction period. At various times, temporary access restrictions will be in place for ground floor spaces on the eastern side of the building. Refer to maps for more detail.

For more information contact Capital Projects: Hanh Nguyen - 0435 964 652

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Union House Redevelopment / Cloisters Car Park Closure

Stage 1 of the Union House Redevelopment will impact building access in and around the Union House precinct and pedestrian access through the campus from 15 October 2018 to 15 February 2019.

During this time, the Cloisters car park will be closed for construction work and landscaping.

Alternative car parking is available in the Napier basement. Limited car parking is also available near the Barr Smith Lawns, with entry and exit from the campus via Gate 8 (Victoria Drive) rather than Gate 10.

Drop off points around the childcare centres will be unaffected, with access via Gate 10 (Victoria Drive) and Gates 12 and 13 (Kintore Avenue).

To read more about the Union House redevelopment, see Infrastructure Projects.

For more information contact Capital Projects Delivery: Gerry Rodgers - 0410 419 424

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Lift Maintenance & Testing Program - North Terrace

As part of our contractual arrangement, general lift maintenance will be undertaken on a regular basis on all North Terrace Lifts to ensure compliance and avoid major disruptions.

To view the Annual Inspection Schedule visit: Lift Inspection - Annual Schedule

For more information contact Service Delivery: Chris Harrison – 8313 0452

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Barr Smith South, Library Laneway Site Compound

Capital Projects have construction works in the Barr Smith South precinct till June 2019.

Sarah Construction are using the old Loading Bay Offices as their site office.  New Loading Bay adjacent. And a site compound is being created at the end of the Library Laneway.  See attached sketch.

For more information contact Capital Projects:   Rob Newcombe - 0407 400 158

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Medical School North

If you require detailed information about construction works and noise/vibration disturbances in Medical School North, please email Greg Badger to register for the HSIS Stage 2 distribution list.

Refer to the HSIS Stage 2 website for further information.

For more information contact Capital Projects: Greg Badger - 0416 278 120

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Medical School South

If you require detailed information about construction works and noise/vibration disturbances in Medical School South, please email Greg Badger to register for the HSIS Stage 2 distribution list.

Refer to the HSIS Stage 2 website for further information.

For more information contact Capital Projects: Greg Badger - 0416 278 120

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Botanic High School Construction Works

Construction works has commenced within the Medical School North Building on Frome Road and will go through to December 2018.

Piling works is due to commence on Saturday morning 22/7/17. Piling works should be completed within 3 to 4 weeks. During this period we will also need to undertake dynamic testing. The dynamic testing will involve 15 large hits of various piles (similar force to a driven pile). This will be disruptive for the NMR users and potentially the animal house.

For more information contact Capital Projects: Greg Badger - 0416 278 120

The piling times are as follows:

PILING – Lend Lease

NMR USERS - UniSA

Monday – Friday

Morning Period (6:00am – 12:00pm)

Vibration causing construction works can take place on site.

UniSA to coordinate booking system to ensure that experiments with sensitive samples are not undertaken during this time period.

Midday Period (12:00pm – 01:00pm)

No vibration causing construction works to take place on site.

UniSA have a 1 hour period of “quiet time” to complete experiments with more sensitive samples.

Afternoon Period (01:00pm – 06:00pm)

Vibration causing construction works can take place on site, unless UniSA advises scheduled “quiet time” is required during the afternoon period for sensitive experiments. Noting that once piling commences, the duration is approximately 1 hour per pile. To be coordinated between UniSA-BN & LL-BC.

Overnight Period (06:00pm – 06:00am)

No vibration causing construction works to take place on site.

UniSA to use 12 hour time slot to undertake experiments with more sensitive samples during this period.

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Infrastructure Branch

Maintenance Services:
+61 8 8313 4008
Campus Security:
+61 8 8313 5990
General enquiries: Phone +61 8 8313 6110: Email: infrastructure@adelaide.edu.au