According to a tender notice, Trinity is seeking a construction consultant team “to project manage and design a building, or range of buildings, in a new Trinity Technology Campus.”
While the notice claims that requirements for the project are still being assessed, it adds that initial plans for the project are “in the region of 30,000 sq.m. of teaching, research, new or refurbished buildings in one or more locations, with units from on and off the main city centre campus coming together, or moving in their entirety.”
There has been no decision on where the building, or buildings, will be.
The tender also mentions that the building may be constructed in phases, with construction beginning initially on smaller scale projects. There is no mention of how long this construction period could last for.
Over the next few months, the notice details plans by Trinity to meet with members of the research community as well as consultants in order to finalize plans.
The cost of the project, excluding VAT, is estimated to be anywhere between 10 to 150 million euros.