Infrastructure Services & Development

Built environment and development

View from third floor balcony of IMAS Castray Esplanade

Infrastructure Services and Development is responsible for the whole-of-lifecycle management of all centrally owned University physical infrastructure and assets including:

  • strategic planning
  • construction/acquisition
  • record-keeping and reporting
  • maintenance
  • decommissioning or disposal.

Building works on University campuses are managed in-house by project managers within Infrastructure Services and Development.

Some exciting projects that are currently underway include the Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development in Hobart, and the NRAS (National Rental Affordability Scheme) apartments in Hobart.

Information for University project managers (Infrastructure Services and Development staff access only).