The Rodgers Wing and the Arcus Quad
The College has planned for some time to build a further wing on its western boundary, the Rodgers Wing.
The Rodgers Wing
In early November 2018 the College entered into a contract with Jaxon Construction to build the Rodgers Wing. Construction of the Rodgers Wing, and the Arcus Quad began with a ground breaking ceremony on Friday 30th November at which John Rodgers (1956), Deb Laird (niece of Albert Arcus (1942) and Ian Hardy did the honours. We were also pleased to have members of the Jaxon Construction team present, including CEO David Dodds and Project Manager Sarah Poggioli, who are pictured in the photo gallery below.
The Rodgers Wing is a well-conceived and designed building. It represents the opportunity to substantially enhance the College’s common facilities, add 45 modern en suite rooms, and provide up-to-date office and reception space. Building is expected to be completed in December 2019, ready for students to move into at the beginning of Semester 1, 2020.
The Rodgers Wing will position the College and its residents to thrive in a 21st century environment, combining our traditional strengths with flexible contemporary attributes.
Plans of the building and photos from the ground breaking can be found in the photo gallery below.