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May Drone Footage of Quads

See the below video for the latest drone footage of the Quads. Both the Central and Qast Quads are looking very impressive and progress is continuing at a fast pace.

East Quad Topping Out

(From L to R: Paul Horan, John O'Connor, Orlagh McDonagh, Kieran Corcoran, Collette Burns, Peter Heaslip, Noel O'Connor

To mark the completion of the frame of the East Quad, a Topping Out ceremony was held on Wednesday 3rd April 2019.

When complete the East Quad buildings will accommodate staff and students of the College of Arts and Tourism, including its programmes relating to the creative and cultural industries, and will include a 400 seat music performance hall, music, dance & drama performance & practice spaces and creative arts & media studios. The gross internal floor area for the East Quad will be approx. 16,000 m².

The images below show the progress from inside the building.


Main Atrium


Performance Hall


Central Quad Progress Continuing

Central Quad is really taking shape this week with the facade on the south side nearly complete. What, up to now, has seemed like a building site is now beginning to look like a proper building.

Facade work begins on Central Quad and Performance Hall takes shape in East Quad


Real signs of progress this week on both Quads. Construction of the southern blocks of the Central Quad is now complete and, in the above picture, you can see that the PPPco have begun to fill in the façade.

Meanwhile, over in East Quad, most of the steel for the Performance Hall is now up.

Finally, below is the latest drone footage we have received, showing the progress on both Quads. In particular, at 0.38 seconds, you have a good view of the concrete being poured on the upper level of the Central Quad.


Kevin Street for Sale

Our Kevin Street building went on sale today through agents Knight Frank. The site, only about 300m from St. Stephen's Green, extends to 3.75 acres and is described in the Irish Times as, "one of the best city centre redevelopment sites to come on the market for years."

You can read more in the Irish Times article.

First Steel added for Performance Hall in East Quad

The first elements of steel for the new Performance Hall in the East Quad were added today.


See below for a short timelapse of the East Quad build

Sackville Place for Sale

As part of the process of raising funding for the next stage of development for TU Dublin's new campus at Grangegorman, our city centre site at Sackville Place is now for sale.

Lisney are the agents for the sale and the listing can be viewed here

The property also features in the commerical section of today's Irish Times.

Taking down the walls with a new beacon of learning

In the wake of its official announcement as Ireland's first Technological University, TU Dublin featured in the Irish Independent this week. The report also featured a look at the current building work in the Grangegorman Campus and a video with our Head of Campus Planning, Paul Horan.

Read it in full here.

TU Dublin - City Campus Drone Footage November 2018

Drone Footage Video

Ireland's first Technological University


An Taoiseach announces Ireland's first Technological University  17th July 2018

The alliance of Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland, as revealed by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD in Grangegorman today.

The University will be located on three campuses at Grangegorman, Blanchardstown and Tallaght creating an inclusive and open learning experience offering pathways to graduation from apprenticeship to PhD level to a diverse range of students.  

DIT campuses in Kevin Street, Cathal Brugha Street and Rathmines will move to Grangegorman in 2020, while the Aungier Street campus will relocate in 2021. The Bolton Street relocation will take place at a later stage.

Joining An Taoiseach in Grangegorman to mark this transformative development in Higher Education, were Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, and Minister for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD.  

Alumni Tour 19th June 2018

Explore our sprawling grounds and see the plans for the next phase in development at our exclusive alumni tour on Tuesday 19th June at 6mp.


Learn about the history of Grangegorman, the plan for the next phase of development and the master plan of DIT’s new home.

Our tour of Grangegorman will be followed by an alumni reception.‌

Darkness Into Light

Until now, TUDublin did not have the facilities to run such an event. However, the collaborative efforts of Pieta House, TUDublin Mental Health Society, Event Society, Societies Office and

TUDubin Estates have made the walk a reality.

The walk aims to raise awareness of Suicide & Self Harm, which is exactly what the charity Pieta House works to address in its day-to-day operations. The event is one of the 100s taking place across the country, and we're delighted to be able to hold a walk for students, staff and the local Grangegorman community.