Façade Project: Duhig (12)

23 Nov 2022

There will be some disruption to Duhig Building (12) and surrounding areas due the façade replacement project.

The works above the café will be completed by 25th November, however will require the use of a Boom lift and subsequent exclusion zones for safety. Works within the Duhig Laneway will also be completed by 25th November while, the scaffold on the southern elevation will begin to be installed as per the below dates. Further disruptions will continue to be communicated.

Expected completion date for the project is January 2023.

Affected areas


  • Start: Monday, 21 November 2022
  • Finish: Saturday, 17 November 2022
  • Times: 6:00am to 5:00pm

Affected Area & Disruption



Duhig North Eave Demolition Above café

Boom Lift required to access high-level eaves.

  • Exclusions zones (per yellow zone)
  • Minor noise (beeping from Boom lift)


6:00am – 5:00pm

21st November 2022
25th November 2022

Duhig North (University Drive)

Eave Demolition and installation

  • Noisy works due to demolition of façade
  • Scaffold in place, minor access changes
  • Footpath closure (per blue zone)


6:00am – 5:00pm

21st November 2022
2nd December 2022

Duhig North (Duhig Laneway)

Vermin protection installation and Scaffold removal

  • Noisy works due to removal of scaffold
  • Scaffold removal (exclusion zones required) minor access changes


6:00am – 5:00pm

21st November 2022 –
25th November 2022

Duhig North (Southern Elevation – facing the great court)

Scaffold installation & boom lift

  • Noisy works due to scaffold installation and demolition of façade
  • Exclusions zones (per green zone)
  • Minor noise (beeping from Boom lift)
  • GoGet car relocated
  • Bike racks not useable
  • Entry via gantry


6:00am – 5:00pm

21st November 2022 –
17th December 2022

Duhig North Building (12) site mark up

Project details

Duhig Building Façade Replacement Project.


Casey Fredrickson, Project Manager (Infrastructure):

We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding during this time.

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