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Infrastructure Services and Development (ISD) (previously known as Commercial Services & Development) is responsible for a range of strategic and operational functions relating to the University's built environment and campus services. ISD is a section within the Division of the Chief Operating Officer.

Built and natural environment

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

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

For more information on built environment activities managed by ISD, see Capital projects delivery.

Sustainable practices are embedded within the University of Tasmania's operations and through the University's commitment to reduce environmental impacts, achieve economic efficiency, demonstrate social responsibility and enhance student experience. ISD is responsible for managing sustainability initiatives as they relate to the University's built and natural environment.

Campus life and community engagement

Infrastructure Services and Development manages a range of contracted campus services including cleaning, catering, printing, security and maintenance. ISD is also responsible for the University's emergency management and crisis management plans.

Infrastructure Services and Development also manages a range of community engagement activities such as the Off the Wall project.

For more information on general campus services managed by ISD, see the Campus Services website.

Customer feedback

ISD is committed to providing excellent service to the University community and we welcome your comments on this website or on our services. Please use the ISD online feedback form to provide any comments.


Master plans

Strategic asset management


All Infrastructure Services and Development (previously CSD) policies are published on the Policy and Delegations website.

Site induction

See the work health and safety page