Contractors took only 14 weeks to strip back and refurbish the University of Otago’s Hayward College, in time for students to arrive.
The Otago Business School's extensive $18.5 million redevelopment will help strengthen its position as a leading educator into the future.
The world-renowned "Dunedin study" now has a purpose-built home for the first time in its history - a $2.6 million building designed to suit the people being researched.
A $7.8 million landscaping project enhances the University's reputation for having one of the world's most beautiful campuses, by providing continuity between various architectural periods and styles.
Otago now has its first University-level teaching laboratory at Portobello - with a six-metre display tank and large picture windows overlooking the harbour.
The $56m extensive redevelopment of the University's Science 1 building involved stripping the 47-year-old building back to bare bones and rebuilding it
This $8.9 million redevelopment resurrected a vacant University of Otago building, producing a showcase and benchmark for open plan offices on the campuses.