Series 457 - ANU Facilities and Services maps and plans

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ANU Facilities and Services maps and plans


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48 plan cabinets

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(1996 -)

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The Australian National University's Facilities and Services Division succeeded the Buildings and Grounds Division. Its role is to maintain and enhance the University's buildings, grounds and infrastructure in a number of locations across Australia including the Acton Campus, Kioloa, Siding Spring and the Northern Australian Research Unit at Darwin.

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Plans and maps of the University campus and buildings including University House, Research Centres and schools, lecture theatres, halls of residence, Old Canberra House, tennis courts, Mt Stromlo and Siding Springs and site drawings. Also includes plans of Fred Ward furniture, Canberra region and Papua New Guinea.


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Entered from deposit description on 16 April 2013




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