2015 News

Topping off at Grangegorman

Date Posted: 16 March, 2015

 

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD visited DIT Grangegorman today to see the new research and innovation building, The Greenway Hub. The building is currently under construction and is funded through PRTLI and Enterprise Ireland.

The Greenway Hub will provide a range of research laboratories and facilities for the Environmental Sustainability and Health Institute (ESHI) in areas that include Social and Educational Research; Health Informatics; Bioengineering; Molecular and Cell Biology; Analytical Chemistry; Water Quality; Food Safety/Quality; Energy Lab; and Vision Sciences.  The DIT Hothouse incubator and knowledge transfer activity will also be located in the building, with a mix of own-door rentable units of varying sizes for High Potential Start-ups(HPSU), hot desk zones, training and meeting rooms.

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD with (right) Professor Brian Norton, President of DIT and (left) Professor Brian O’Neill, Director of Research Enterprise and Innovation Services at the new Research and Innovation building  under construction on the Grangegorman campus.

 

Following a tour of the building, the Minister laid the ceremonial final brick to signify completion of the structure.  Fit-out of the interior will now take place and the building will open in January 2016.

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