Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

University Support

CSU aims to transform and maintain each campus for the benefit of students, staff, visitors and communities. University support projects improve physical facilities, on-campus infrastructure and building maintenance, ranging from enhancing academic offices and recreational areas, improving roads and campus services and updating plant and equipment. These projects also include strategic approaches such as estate planning and management and sustainability initiatives.

Current projects (5)

171107 WW GRDC Glasshouses

Wagga Wagga GRDC Glasshouses

Location: Wagga Wagga
Estimated completion date: June 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) received a grant as part of the GRDC Infrastructure Grants 2016 – 2017 to facilitate grains research and development in Australia.

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WW Bus Shelter Impression

Bathurst Campus Bus Shelter

Location:
Estimated completion date: February 2018

The Division of Facilities Management is rolling out the 2017 – 2019 planned program works that involves new Bus Shelters across CSU Campuses. The next of these works include a new Bus Shelter for Bathurst Campus. The bus shelter will be available for staff and students and will provide protection and safety from the elements such as rain, sun and wind.

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Gordon Beavan Building

Lift replacement - Gordon Beavan Building

Location: Albury-Wodonga
Estimated completion date: January 2018

This project comprises the installation of a passenger lift to service the five occupied floor levels in Gordon Beavan Building 673 Albury-Wodonga Campus.

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Agriculture Avenue

Wagga Wagga West Agriculture Avenue

Location: Wagga Wagga
Estimated completion date: December 2017

Proposed roadworks to the western section of Agriculture Avenue from The Gap Road to Starvation Lane.

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Wagga HV supply

HV single point supply upgrade

Location: Wagga Wagga
Estimated completion date: July 2017

This project will establish a single HV metered supply point to the Essential Energy network through the installation of a new 11kV main switch switchboard. The move from two metering points to a single point on the Wagga Wagga campus will result in significant yearly savings and will allow for a more controlled network – especially during planned and emergency power outages.

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