A total of $179 million was invested in the University’s physical infrastructure in 2011 across 104 projects.
You can learn about the University's top four current projects below, then click on the link to the right to view UNSW's other key projects.
The Faculty of Science School is currently engaged in a major project to build a new Materials and Science Engineering Building (MS&EB). With this additional resource, the School aspires to become Australia's leading contributor to material engineering research and teaching.
The new Kensington Colleges Development Project on High Street will replace the existing Kensington Colleges and deliver a significant increase in UNSW college accommodation. This will enable more students to share in the benefits of residential college life.
UNSW is internationally recognised as a leader in the rapidly expanding field of biomedical research and teaching. The Wallace Wurth redevelopment project has been commissioned to improve the teaching, learning and research spaces for the Faculty of Medicine. This will support advances in research, knowledge and understanding vital to the field of medical science.
UNSW’s College of Fine Arts (COFA), located in Paddington, is Australia’s leading art, design and media school producing many of Australia’s most eminent artists, designers and theorists. Gateway@COFA is a multi-million dollar upgrade of the COFA campus through the creation of new galleries and art spaces.