Sir Paul Reeves Building
Auckland University of Technology Business School
The 6th International Conference on Precarious Work and Vulnerable Workers will be hosted at the award-winning Sir Paul Reeves Building in the heart of Auckland’s CBD.
Sir Paul Reeves
The building is named after the late Sir Paul Reeves who had a long association with AUT University, first as a professor, then from 2005 as Chancellor. He was instrumental to the direction, spirit and prestige of the University, shaping its vision as a modern tertiary institution.
Designed to reflect what students around the world want from their learning spaces, the Sir Paul Reeves Building and the areas within it are flexible, contemporary and invite collaboration. It reflects AUT’s position as ‘The University for the Changing World,’ and features one of the most contemporary media teaching and learning spaces in this hemisphere.
With its impressive 12-storey tower and glass-roofed atrium, the Sir Paul Reeves Building is right at the heart of AUT’s city campus, connecting the surrounding buildings, including the Business School, by way of Governor Fitzroy Plaza. The building is rich with student-centred learning and social spaces and houses the most advanced communications school in New Zealand.