25 June 2015

Works set to start at Caulfield Library this weekend

The first stage of the Caulfield Library refurbishment will commence on 27 June. It will involve some heavy demolition works until 24 July, with some lighter demolition works continuing until the end of August.

View from north west corner
The affected sections along the building’s north façade will be hoarded off for safety and security. 

The library entrance is not affected during this stage but staff, students and visitors are advised to follow the directions along the hoarded area.

Disability access to the library will be via the lift in Building B and across the Level 2 walkway.

The works will be noisy and dusty. While the builders will try and minimise the noise there is a limit to what can be done. Ear plugs are available from the library information point. 

Alternative study spaces are also available in Building K between 27 June and 24 July. These include: Rooms K201, K203-206, K208, K210-213.

The demolition works are necessary to allow the extension of the space occupied by the library. The refurbishment will double the library’s current seating capacity.

For more information about the library refurbishment, visit the website.

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