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  • Gymnasium Road safety upgrade - 2014-03-24

    Works to improve the safety on Gymnasium Rd outside the Macquarie University Sports and Recreation Centre (MUSAC) will commence Monday 31 March. Read more...

  • C1 carpark upgrade - 2014-03-03

    Works will commence Wednesday 5 March to change access to C1, C2 and C3 car parks prior to the University Avenue Upgrade. Read more...

  • C4B demolition works to commence 29 January - 2014-01-28

    To ensure safety during the demolition of C4B, site establishment will commence on 29 January, with onsite works to commence 4 February. Read more...

  • University Avenue Upgrade – Stage 2 - 2013-12-19

    Planning for the upgrade of University Avenue has commenced, with major works scheduled for 2014. Read more...

  • Closure of Central Avenue on Thursday 2 January - 2013-12-19

    Central Avenue will be closed from 6am-9am on Thursday 2 January while a crane dismantles chillers from the roof of C4B.

  • Campus works summer schedule - 2013-12-17

    Property will be performing a number of building and maintenance works across Campus this summer while the majority of staff and students are away. Read more...

  • Sculpture removal this weekend to prepare for C4B demolition - 2013-12-06

    The copper sculpture between C4B and Macquarie Drive will be relocated this weekend for restoration and to prepare the way for demolition of building C4B early next year. Read more . . .

  • Temporary Road Closures for Open Day - 2013-09-11

    Central Avenue and most of Eastern Road will be closed for Open Day, from 9am to 4pm on Saturday 14 September.

  • C5C Level 4 Refurbishment to Commence - 2013-09-02

    Level 4 of C5C will be undergoing complete refurbishment into office for HR, with site establishment to start in the week commencing Monday 2 September. Read more...

  • Construction on New Graduation Pathway commences Monday 2 September - 2013-09-02

    The construction of a new pathway from E7B toward E11A, designed to enhance the Graduation experience, will commence on Monday 2 September.

  • Temporary Water Shutdown - 2013-08-12

    There will be a temporary water shutdown in buildings W5A, W6A, W6B, W6D, X5A, X5B, X6A, and car park X3 on Sunday 25 August, 2013. Read more…

  • Traffic Surveys on Campus - 2013-08-01

    Traffic origin and destination surveys, using cameras, will be undertaken on Campus from Monday 5 to Friday 9 August. Read more ...

  • New Security Shuttle Bus Route - 2013-07-29

    The newly extended Security Shuttle Bus Route commences 4pm Monday 29 July. Read more…

  • Vandalism on University Avenue, call for witnesses - 2013-07-25

    Overnight, several trees along University Avenue were vandalised. If you were in the area at the time and witnessed the act, please contact Security on (02) 9850 7112. Read more ...

  • Speed Camera Trial - 2013-07-12

    As part of Macquarie's ongoing commitment to safety on Campus, we will be trialling a speed camera on main Campus roads from Monday 15 July. Read more ...

  • New Pedestrian Crossing on Research Park Drive - 2013-06-07

    Work on a new raised pedestrian crossing on Research Park Drive will commence on Thursday 13 June.

  • E7A roof repair works - 2013-04-29

    From Monday 6 May, Property will be repairing the E7A roof. Read more for information about these works.

  • Staff and student eWaste recycling days - 2013-04-26

    On Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 May, Macquarie University, in partnership with Sims Recycling Solutions, will be holding eWaste Recycling Collection days on Campus, as part of Earth Day Celebrations.

  • C7A refurbishment: changed access conditions - 2013-04-10

    Acces through the breezeway of C7A and its dock will be prohibited during the refurbishment work due to commence tomorrow 11 April 2013.

  • Closure for C7A Library dock and accessway - 2013-04-03

    The C7A loading dock and access way (including stairs) will be closed to all vehicles and pedestrians from Thursday 4 April in preparation for the internal demolition works for the MUSE project.

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