Work on the first stage of the billion-dollar-plus City Campus Master Plan began in 2008 and was completed in 2014, with the delivery of the new Faculty of Engineering and IT Building, Science and Graduate School of Health Building, and Dr Chau Chak Wing Building among other projects.
A number of other projects are now underway, including UTS Central, which consists of two phases – the redevelopment of Building 2 and a Building 1 (Tower) podium extension.
The Master Plan is being delivered by the university's Program Management Office (PMO).
Design started in mid-2009 with the Ross Milbourne Sports Hall. Since then, students, staff and visitors have seen the City Campus Master Plan become reality as projects have been progressively completed, including the three new buildings and numerous new and reinvented facilities.
The planning, design and delivery of these projects has been a major undertaking, delivered in accordance with UTS processes, procedures and guidelines, and guided by the university's Long Term Finance Plan. UTS undertook extensive consultation throughout this process, both internally with end-users of the new facilities, and externally with our neighbours, the local community and precinct partners.