The shiny new Learning Resource Hub at Mudgee TAFE was officially
opened last Friday 18 November.
The building, which was completed three months ago, is the new home
for the campus' administration, library, kitchen, student counselling
services, computer labs, lecture rooms, video conference areas, lounge
area and even a heavy vehicle classroom.
"This is exactly how the future of TAFE could and should look
right across the state and I'm very pleased Mudgee is at the forefront
of providing this kind of facility," Member for Dubbo, Troy
Grant, told the Mudgee Guardian and Gulgong Advertiser.
The new building is also an impressive example of sustainable
architecture and technology, giving it a five-star rating by the Green
Building Council of Australia.
"This building is about sustainability," said acting
Director of TAFE Western, Adam Bennett. "This is a very
impressive piece of work that provides what would be one of the most
environmentally sustainable buildings in NSW."