In 2014, UTS unveiled its new Engineering and IT Building, the single-largest facility to be constructed under UTS’s $1 billion City Campus Master Plan.
It accommodates the Faculty of Engineering and IT, along with the majority of its specialist facilities, for the first time in the faculty’s history. Rising 13 storeys above the ground, the building, designed by Melbourne-based architects Denton Corker Marshall, is encased in a dramatic ‘binary screen’ and features state-of-the-art teaching, learning and research spaces throughout.
UTS received funding from both federal and state governments for the building, including a $50 million Education Investment Fund (EIF) grant from the Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education.
For enquiries about the building's design or architecture, please contact:
Celia Britton, Communications Manager, Campus Development
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For enquiries about the teaching, learning and research within the faculty, please email the faculty media team
The building opened for teaching at the start of Semester 2, 2014 (28 July 2014).
It is located between Wattle and Jones Streets on Broadway, Ultimo. Visitors are welcome in the public areas of the building, but please be mindful that classes may be in progress.
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Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
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