The University of South Australia is rapidly revitalising the West End of Adelaide and building a new heart for its City campus with the creation of Pridham Hall - a $50million flagship ceremonial and sporting centre for students and for the community.
Featuring a sporting complex, gym, heated swimming pool and facilities for graduations and corporate and cultural events - tens of thousands of students, staff, and community members will pass through the iconic facility each year.
Within the architecturally unique structure Pridham Hall companies are being offered a rare opportunity to permanently embed the company’s name along with three words of inspiration in for just $5,000.
Pridham Hall was named following a remarkable $5 million benefaction from The Pridham Foundation - which administers the philanthropic activities of one of South Australia’s most successful sons, Andrew Pridham and his family.
Originally from South Australia, and a UniSA graduate in property resource management, Andrew Pridham has forged a successful international career as an investment banker in Sydney, Singapore, London and New York. Andrew is also Chairman of the AFL Club The Sydney Swans (Director since 2002, Chairman since 2013).
“I’ve always believed that it is important for people with the capacity to contribute to the broader Australian community to do so generously and encourage others to do the same.” Andrew Pridham
Pridham Hall has been designed with three artistic spaces to permanently display the names of supporters for future generations to see. Because of demand from graduates, staff and supporters, the edge of the swimming pool is now sold out.
You can still choose to embed your company's name and three words onto the blades of the Chandelier or have them carved on the Inverted Pyramid, both of which will be part of the impressive foyer of Pridham Hall and will be visible by all users of the building.
By donating $5,000, your company name and three words will be permanently etched into Pridham Hall and your support will also help fund future student facilities.