School location and facilities
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is located at the UNSW Kensington campus. There are also two major off-campus facilities; the Water Research Laboratory at Manly Vale and the Heavy Structures Laboratory at the Randwick Sub-Campus (map in UNSW Facilities site).
Finding us on the Kensington Campus
The School occupies the Civil Engineering Building (H20*) and in the Vallentine Annexe (H22*). Buses to and from the city centre stop at the Anzac Gate which is a pedestrian-only entrance to the campus. From the Anzac Gate walk straight ahead past International Square until you see stairs leading to the Scientia building. The School is next to the Scientia.
If you take UNSW express bus service (895) from Central Station, you can get off the bus at the second stop (Gate 8) then walk across the Commerce Courtyard, passing the side of main Library, through the Scientia Lawn to the School building.
The easiest vehicle access is via Gate 11 on Botany Street. Limited paid parking is available on the top floor of the parking station.
Rooms in Civil Engineering Building for students
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers excellent educational facilities which are continually being extended and developed. here are some of them that you probably most frequently use.
Location: CE501 L5 H20
Location: CE611 L6, CE201 L2, both are in H20
CATS Rooms (lecture rooms)
There are 7 CATS room in the building. UNSW Venues and Events are responsible for CATS rooms.
Ground floor: Civil Eng G1 Civil Eng G6 Civil Eng G8
First floor: Civil Eng 101 Civil Eng 102 Civil Eng 109
7th floor: Civil Eng 701