12 min

NDFA: Infrastructure Delivery – TU Dublin Grangegorman NTMA Talks

    • Business

In this episode, Laura McElduff, Project Manager and David Hannon, Sector Head - Programme Manager from the National Development Finance Agency speak about the delivery of the Central & East Quads PPP project for TU Dublin on the Grangegorman Campus.  They describe what a PPP project is and discuss the background to the project, the new buildings and facilities now available on the campus. They give an insight into some of the challenges faced during the delivery of this project and how these were overcome, and provide an overview of other activities in the NDFA including projects currently in procurement by the NDFA.
 
The NDFA Project brief was to deliver two large academic buildings for TU Dublin to accommodate the migration of 15 different schools, and up to 10,000 students into a single campus on the Grangegorman site.
 
The Grangegorman Development Agency (GDA)  was established in 2006 by the Irish Government under the GDA Act 2005 to redevelop the 73-acre former St Brendan’s Hospital grounds in Dublin’s North Inner City as an integrated and inclusive education, health and community campus. To find out more about the Grangegorman development see www.ggda.ie

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In this episode, Laura McElduff, Project Manager and David Hannon, Sector Head - Programme Manager from the National Development Finance Agency speak about the delivery of the Central & East Quads PPP project for TU Dublin on the Grangegorman Campus.  They describe what a PPP project is and discuss the background to the project, the new buildings and facilities now available on the campus. They give an insight into some of the challenges faced during the delivery of this project and how these were overcome, and provide an overview of other activities in the NDFA including projects currently in procurement by the NDFA.
 
The NDFA Project brief was to deliver two large academic buildings for TU Dublin to accommodate the migration of 15 different schools, and up to 10,000 students into a single campus on the Grangegorman site.
 
The Grangegorman Development Agency (GDA)  was established in 2006 by the Irish Government under the GDA Act 2005 to redevelop the 73-acre former St Brendan’s Hospital grounds in Dublin’s North Inner City as an integrated and inclusive education, health and community campus. To find out more about the Grangegorman development see www.ggda.ie

Third Party Cookies: Links to other external websites are inserted for convenience. The NTMA is not responsible for the content or the privacy policies of any external websites. If you have consented to accepting all cookies on the NTMA site, you are agreeing to the use of the third party cookies listed in the NTMA Website and Cookies Privacy Policy. The NTMA does not control the processing practices of those third parties so you should review their specific cookies and privacy policies and your own browser settings and user profiles with those third parties before agreeing to their use.

12 min

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