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The Infrastructure and Sustainability Section is responsible for managing UQ energy programs, the University's Environmental Management System, and campus infrastructure planning and augmentation.

Energy

The University strives to minimise energy consumption through efficient operational control and by promoting energy awareness to the University community. More information here...

The University strives to minimise energy consumption through efficient operational control and by promoting energy awareness to the University community.

Sustainability

The Sustainability Office manages the University's Environmental Management System and promotes best environmental practice at UQ. More information here...

The Sustainability Office, Property and Facilities Division, manages the University's Environmental Management System and promotes best environmental practice at UQ. The section provides a range of support and advisory services to the University community. Key activities include:

  • Environmental Legal Management
  • Development and maintenance of Environmental Management Systems ( EMS )
  • Management of Environmental issues on UQ campuses and sites
  • Energy Management
  • Water Management
  • Auditing Programs
  • Data management related to energy and greenhouse gas emissions, waste and water
  • Training and Awareness Programs
  • Producing environmental reports, plans, publications and other documents

The Sustainability Office also maintains the UQ Sustainability website.

  • The UQ Sustability that provides a diverse range of information on environmental responsibilities, procedures, sustainability themes, engagement programs and initiatives at UQ.

Engineering Services

Responsible for campus infrastructure planning and augmentation, and technical input and control across the range of engineering systems. More information here...

The Section is responsible for campus infrastructure planning and augmentation, and technical input and control across the range of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, structural and civil engineering systems. The scope of work includes:

  • Civil - the investigation, design, documentation and construction of site infrastructure consisting of water supply, irrigation, sewerage, chemical waste, storm water, roads and carparks and structural building programs
  • Electrical - the monitoring, design, installation and provision of technical input for electrical site works and services, substations, high voltage switching and cabling (Energex), external campus lighting, emergency power reticulation and data network.
  • Mechanical - the design, management and technical support for mechanical site works and services, air-conditioning, ventilation systems, fume cupboards and occupational health and safety issues related to building services.
  • Technical drawings and records - the management and technical support for as-built, hard copy drawings of University sites and consolidated CAD drawings (i.e. building and building services plans, site and site services plans) and the management of the physical asset register databases (e.g. space planning and management, fire, hydraulic and external lighting system databases). The section also manages the operation and maintenance manuals, building and room numbering systems, publication plans (e.g. car parking, bicycle, wheelchair access and directory board), door and external signage and University fire and emergency evacuation plans.
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