Based on the Campus plan, the purpose is to create an environment where academia and working life meet and where students, staff, collaboration partners and the public want to be.
The Campus plan shows opportunities for how the campus area can be integrated with the city center and is in line with the City of Trollhättan's ambitions to develop the city center.
"A campus where interaction is created, bringing together knowledge, ideas, culture and people. Our campus is a creative and inspiring environment for life-long learning and multi-disciplinary collaboration. It forges interaction between academia, working life and the surrounding community to collectively create knowledge and development. Our campus publicises research and progress achieved in an accessible, inclusive way. It is an inviting place, where everyone feels welcome."
See the film Campus plan 2030!
A first architectural proposal for learning environments, meeting environments and workplaces was shown in Stråket from January 16 to February 6.
Here you can take part of the architectural proposal as pdf:
A main entrance that stands out, a place for meetings and creativity and a cozier restaurant – these are some of the ideas from students, staff and partners for the Campus Development Plan 2030.
Now we have reached the goal and our new main entrance, indoor square and restaurant will be inaugurated on September 14, 2022.
Here you can see the plant wall growing!
The strategies of the Campus Plan form the basis for the development of the area and outline the measures required in order to achieve the campus vision and impact targets.
Steering group: Management Team: University´s Board of Directors
Operational steering group: University director, Deputy University director, Head of HR, Head of Communications
Project Management Campus Development
Project Leader: Sandra Öhrström
Assistant Project Leader: Gunilla Thålig Karlsson
Main entrance with indoor square and restaurant
Project Leader Thomaz Birgerson
New local plan for the campus area
Project Leader Thomaz Birgerson
Student housing on campus
Project Leader Lars Johansson
Workspaces and meeting places on campus
Project Leader Sandra Öhrström
Collaboration and meeting places at Campus
Project Leader Andréas Sülau
Collaboration and meeting places at PTC
Project Leader Lennart Malmsköld
Interior design and visualization
Project Leader Stefan Kudryk
Project resources: Fredrik Wänergård, process support, Anna Tanderud, communication officer, Anna Nordgren Meijer, controller
The term campus is a broad concept for the entire university's operations. It accommodates the physical place with its environment and buildings as well as the business, the life and the surrounding service created in the area.
Agenda 2030 describes global goals for sustainable development and should be an obvious guiding star in the continued work to develop the campus.
The academic world has a central role in the work to counteract the negative climate changes. The so-called “Klimatramverket” was created at the initiative of universities with the ambition to clearly contribute to the climate transition in line with society's national and international commitments.
Together with 35 other universities, we have committed to reducing our negative climate impact so that we are in line with the 1.5 degree target, i.e. a halving by 2030 and net zero emissions by 2045.
Our starting point when we rebuild on campus is to reuse as much as possible. (The strategy above "Develop a sustainable campus".)
What happens to furniture that will not be used in the new environments as we continue to rebuild?