Presentation on theme: "CLAYTON CAMPUS READDRESSING The project represents a monumental shift in the way students, staff and visitors perceive and experience Clayton campus. Clayton."— Presentation transcript:
CLAYTON CAMPUS READDRESSING The project represents a monumental shift in the way students, staff and visitors perceive and experience Clayton campus. Clayton Readdressing I July 2014
PROJECT PURPOSE Improve way finding and accessibility across campus. Clayton Readdressing I July 2014 All Clayton Campus buildings to be assigned a new street number and name address. Builds on Masterplan ambitions to create a pedestrian oriented University City. While the physical rollout of the addresses (e.g. signage and systems changes, etc.) will be undertaken by Facilities and Services, each area of the university is responsible for updating its own specific information (e.g. websites and printed materials) with the new addresses.
KEY STAGES & TIMEFRAMES JulComing Soon communication JulNew addresses confirmed JulReaddressing Web Site Launched JulAdvocacy Package sent to Key Stakeholders Jul – AugInformation Sessions Aug – NovRoll out new street signs Nov – DecInstall new signage on buildings Dec 2014 Notification to broader University community Jan 2015New address system in place Clayton Readdressing I July 2014
Want to know more? Come to an info session: Tuesday 29 July 2014 2:00pm to 3:00pm Clayton campus, Campus Centre Cinema or Tuesday 12 August 2014 9:30am to 10:30am Clayton campus, Bld 12 L3 Lecture Theatre Register online Readdressing Web Page: www.monash.edu/readdressing www.monash.edu/readdressing Project Key Contacts - Graham Keen or Sue Powell, Facilities and Services Division Communications Team FSD.Feedback@monash.eduFSD.Feedback@monash.edu