10 August 2015

Matheson Library works kick off

Construction work in the Sir Louis Matheson Library on the Clayton campus will start this week. Read on to know what's happening during the first stage.

Proposed Matheson Library foyer
The builders will be on site beginning this week to start construction in the library. The works will be done in three stages, completing a section of the library before proceeding to the next. This will allow the library to remain open and for most of the study spaces to continue to be available to students.

Stage 1 works will affect the areas currently clear of furniture on the ground level and level one, including the old annex area (see floor plan). This stage is due to be completed by mid-November.

Throughout the refurbishment the library will be a shared zone. This means that stairs, lifts and corridors will be used by students, staff and contractors.

The Hargrave-Andrew Library and Law Library on the Clayton campus have additional seating available for students seeking a quiet spot to study over the refurbishment period.

Alternative study spaces have also been made available:

  • The airport lounge on level 1 of the Campus Centre - From 10 August, the Campus Centre will be open until midnight Monday-Friday.
  • The new IT lab in the Campus Centre.
  • The Monash Sport cafe area- Monash Sport is open until 10pm.

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