• 29 September 2011

Monaghan Multi-User Education Campus goes to site

Contracts have been signed for the construction of a new education campus at Monaghan, Ireland. The €38m campus is to be built by Ireland’s largest contractor, Sisk.

Waterman Moylan has provided full civil and structural engineering design for this prestigious project and will remain involved to completion of construction.

The new campus will see the provision of a primary school, a second level college and a College of Further Education on the site of an old army barracks. The fully integrated scheme will also include sports and leisure facilities including stand alone Sports Centre and a public theatre. The development will provide a total of 17,000m2 of accommodation.

The Client, Monaghan VEC, has been heavily involved throughout in the planning of this, the first facility in Ireland that offers a fully integrated educational experience from primary through to tertiary level.

Construction is scheduled to be complete by December 2012.

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