TEFMA Webinar: UTas Southern Campus Transformation - Preliminary Urban Design Framework
TEFMA Webinar: University of Tasmania Southern Campus Transformation - Preliminary Urban Design Framework
Date: Wednesday, 18 August 2021
Time: 11.00am - 11.40am AEST
Phil McMahon, Executive Director - Transformation South, University of Tasmania
What will you get from this presentation:
In this webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to discover and learn about the University of Tasmania exciting 10-year vision and plans for relocating from the Sandy Bay Campus to the Hobart CBD. The University has undertaken a level of consultation with staff, students, and the community; and are now entering a more detailed engagement with all stakeholders. The presentation will outline the rationale for the relocation, the urban design principles adopted, the preliminary master plan, how the vision will be funded and the relocation staging.
Who should attend:
Staff working in master planning and capital development, stakeholder management, facilities and campus services, asset management and environmental sustainability will benefit from attending this webinar.
About the Presenter:
Phil McMahon is the Executive Director Transformation South with the University of Tasmania. In this role Phil is responsible for leading the planning and execution of the University’s planned move to Hobart’s CBD.
Phil and his Team led the development of the recently announced Masterplan and Urban Design Framework and are now progressing to detailed building and landscape designs to support the progressive implementation of the move.
Phil has been with the University of Tasmania for just over 2 years. Prior to the University, Phil had an extensive Australian and international business career living and working in Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, South America as well as Australia.
Date: 18 August 2021
9.00am - 9.40am, AWST (WA/HK)
10.30am - 11.10am ACST (SA/NT)
11.00am - 11.40am, AEST (ACT/NSW/TAS/QLD/VIC)
1.00pm - 1.40pm, NZST (NZ)
* includes Q and A
Complimentary to all TEFMA members
Only members who register will have access to the webinar on the day so please register if you wish to attend.
Once you have registered you will receive information on how to join the webinar and a calendar entry to record this event.
Please note TEFMA have now switched to Zoom as our webianar platform. View System Requirements for joining the webinar here.