Two new building projects are currently planned on the 41-acre campus in South Dublin County. An announcement by Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD on 18 August 2020, has given the green light to progress the building of a 5,200 m2 multi-disciplinary building on the campus for teaching and research in hospitality, culinary arts, engineering and apprenticeship activities. It will deliver state of the art lecture theatres, training restaurant, design studios, and research facilities. Part of the Government PPP programme, this very significant capital investment project will further reinforce the commitment of TU Dublin to the South Dublin region. It will facilitate collaboration between students, staff and members of local organisations in modern facilities that promote research and student learning, while also directly addressing the needs of industry and organisations in the region.
Sports Science, Health & Recreation
This new 3,282 m2 state of the art building will provide teaching, research, laboratory and recreation facilities for students, faculty and the wider community, and is due to be completed by April, 2022.
The Sports, Science & Health building is part of an overall strategic campus development plan for TU Dublin Tallaght, as there is also approval, as part of the recent Government PPP programme, to progress construction of an additional 5,200 m2 multi-disciplinary building on campus for teaching and research in hospitality, culinary arts, engineering and apprenticeship activities.