Transforming our campuses

Supporting education and research excellence

Our Campus Improvement Program is transforming our infrastructure for generations of students and staff, while maintaining our heritage and history.

Our campuses are evolving to meet the changing needs of 21st century students, researchers and teaching staff and provide cultural, recreational, sporting and retail spaces to the wider community.

Key transformation projects

Restoration and repair of the existing roof terrace, including terrace fixtures (deck, balustrade, ramp and furniture) and associated services, at the northern end of the F03 Fisher Library Building, Camperdown campus.

Important documents for this development


A key focus of the University’s next era of strategic growth is Western Sydney.

Building on our already strong presence with the foundation disciplines of medicine and dentistry and our substantial research activity at Westmead, we will continue to work with the NSW Government and all of our partners in the precinct to develop, by 2030, a genuinely multidisciplinary campus with 6000 students – an increase of 4800 students from our current state – and a commensurate increase in our academic capacity.

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The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies precinct redevelopment delivered the systematic refurbishment and redevelopment of the existing Engineering precinct to provide world-class teaching, learning and research facilities over the next 10 years. This project included reinvigorating the faculty’s infrastructure.

Our new Engineering and Technology Precinct consists of nine levels containing students spaces and cutting-edge research labs.

It flows seamlessly from the previous J03 Electrical Engineering Building via a spectacular glass atrium, connecting our legacy with our future.

Situated in the heart of engineering at the Camperdown/Darlington campus and adjacent to Cadigal Green, the building was designed by COX Architecture and built by Laing O'Rourke based on the University of Sydney's Wingara Mura design principles.

Our Engineering and Technology Precinct has placed sustainability at the heart of its design and has been awarded a 4 Star Green Star.

The new building has been designed to include energy-efficient lighting, improved indoor air quality features, a solar photovoltaic system on the roof, promotion of sustainable transport, and surface heat reduction conscious landscape design.