View some of our recently completed projects.
The Holden Laboratory and part of the engineering workshop has been refurbished to provide a contemporary student workshop/maker space and a project area for hands-on learning.
Restoration works at the northern end of Elder Hall and adjacent walkway complete the conservation of all four sides of the building.
Level 10 & 12 of the Schulz building has been redesigned and refurbished into an agile workspace for the Infrastructure Office.
Refurbishments to common teaching areas on level 1 Barr Smith South and level 1 Engineering South will create dynamic new teaching spaces.
Student spaces and common teaching areas in the Nexus 10 and Marjoribanks buildings have been refurbished to create contemporary learning environments.
The University of Adelaide has partnered with the Silanna Group to create a new facility for research and development of semiconductors.
The Solar installation on the Kenneth Wills building rooftop is estimated to generate 93,500 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of clean electricity per year.
The old Council chamber (now known as 'The Cog'), features flexible seating and designated spaces for creative design and workshops.
The new Adelaide Dental Hospital is a SA Health facility located on levels 10, 11 and 12 of the University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building.
The Riverland Oral Health Centre, co-located with the Riverland General Hospital at Berri, was officially opened in December 2016.
Hub Central is an all-weather space spread across multiple levels of the Hughes Plaza in the heart of the North Terrace Campus.
Ingkarni Wardli is the $100 million, state-of-the-art building that houses the School of Engineering, Mathematical and Computer Sciences.
This is the first phase of energy efficient lighting projects under the new Campus Sustainability Plan.