• 11 April 2013

Monaghan Education Campus opens on schedule

Monaghan VEC took occupation of Gaelscoil Ultain Primary School and Coláiste Oiriall Secondary College on its new Monaghan Education Campus.

The campus is located on the site of the vacated former Army Barracks site, on the N12, outside Monaghan Town. The Institute of Further Education, a 200 seat public theatre and a sports centre were subsequently handed over to Monaghan VEC in March, completing the campus development.

The project is the first major devolved funding campus scheme completed by the VEC, and was completed from initial Design Team appointment and site masterplanning to handover in only 30 months.

Waterman Moylan is very pleased to have provided all traffic, civil and structural engineering for the project as part of the Oppermann Associates-led Design Team.

For further details, contact Richard Osborne (r.osborne@waterman-moylan.ie)

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