At AU they are trying to move all the various departments' web pages to a common TYPO3 CMS with a uniform look'n'feel. See examples below:
We resisted a bit at BiRC, mainly because of the price the IT department at the Dept. of Computer Science wanted for hosting it. We were quite happy with our own Skeletonz CMS and were hosting it for free.
Anyway, the Faculty of Science moved the web group from computer science to work directly under the faculty, and with that move made hosting free for all groups under the faculty, so we decided to try it out.
Yesterday I moved some of our existing pages to the new CMS. I find TYPO3 a lot harder to work with than Skeletonz, but I'm sure I can get the hang of it eventually. One thing I really like about it is that it is easy to duplicate web elements between pages so you only need to edit any particular element once and it will be updated on all the pages refering to it. I use that extensively on the page describing our various projects.
Another selling point is that the CMS will soon be integrated with PU:RE, our publication management system. We have to report all our publications - and various other activities - to that system, so being able to extract information from that database will reduce the work in maintaining the web pages significantly. The plugin for that integration should be released shortly, and after that, I think we are ready for the move.