Pictured at the Department of Education and Skills are Minister Ruairi Quinn (centre) with James Mary O’Connor (left), lead architect with masterplanners for the project, Moore Ruble Yudell and Professor Brian Norton (right), President of DIT

11 June 2014:  Minister Ruairi Quinn was presented today with a copy of a new book telling the story of the Grangegorman development.  With an introduction from Minister Quinn, and published by Gandon Editions, ‘Grangegorman’ describes the revitalisation of an historic part of Dublin City and its transformation into a new urban quarter with a major health and education campus at its heart. From September 2014 the first 1000 DIT students of art, design, photography and social science will be located on the new campus. 


Minister Ruairi Quinn with (left) Professor Brian Norton and James Mary O'Connor and (right) Michael Hand, CEO of the GDA, and Dr. Noel O'Connor, Director of Student Services, DIT.

Work on the campus is on schedule to be ready to receive new and returning students in September.  For details about Grangegorman, how to get there, and what facilities will be on campus please go to www.dit.ie/grangegorman2014

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