Capital Works manages space allocation and utilisation at the University, coordinates essential decanting and reoccupation processes and manages UC’s property portfolio.
All University space, whether leased or owned, is available for allocation for the purpose of supporting the University's strategic priorities. Space allocations are not permanent and are subject to change in order to support and align with the strategic priorities of the University.
During the Campus Transformation process, decanting and reoccupation from usual work spaces into new or temporary work spaces is unavoidable, and the Decanting team are committed to making this process run as smoothly as possible for everyone concerned.
The University is both a landlord and a tenant. The Capital Works Property Management office manages both the legal and operational requirements related to both activities.
Decanting is the term used for relocating staff, students and physical resources from one building to another for the duration of physical works.
All University space, whether leased or owned, is available for allocation for the purpose of supporting the University's strategic priorities.