Curtin University is undergoing a major revamp that will transform the campus into an innovative hub over the next 15 years.
Stage 1 of Greater Curtin, is already underway – hear all about it at a WA Works sundowner on 4 April.
Curtin University Chief Operating Officer Ian Callahan will outline the opportunities for WA businesses, with Cisco’s Tom Goerke and Woodside’s Wendy Gibbons also sharing their successes resulting from partnering with Curtin.
The Greater Curtin Master Plan outlines the $500 million development of the campus into an innovation precinct.
It will be home to a vibrant social, professional and commercial urban community where people live, study, work and play.
Construction will start in 2018 and will see the establishment of student accommodation and an apartment-style hotel.
It will follow more than $100m worth of construction completed in 2016, including the five-storey Curtin Medical School—built by Georgiou—and the three-storey Agriculture Research Facility, built by Doric.
The sundowner offers ample opportunities for networking with the major players.
►Register for the next WA Works Sundowner to hear Curtin’s Ian Callahan outline opportunities for businesses within the Greater Curtin project.