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Grangegorman campus could cost extra €30m

Works at unified DIT campus stalled for two years over legal case

9th April, 2017
The DIT campus at Grangegorman

The government faces a potential price increase of €30 million for building the new Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) campus at Grangegorman, as negotiations to close the lucrative construction deal get underway.

Talks have begun with contractors to agree a final price for building the long-delayed campus in Dublin’s north inner city, which will see DIT move 10,000 students from 15 existing locations to one site.

The public private partnership project has been stalled for...

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