Welcome to UCD Campus Development
UCD’s objective is to continue to enhance the world-class facilities available and to develop the quality of the Campus environment for students, staff and the wider community alike. This website gives an overview of proposed developments and plans. All developments on campus are guided and informed by our Campus Development Plan.
Landscape Initiatives progressing across Campus (09/09/2013)
A number of landscaping initiatives are currently advancing which are associated with the UCD Sutherland School of Law, Science Centre, Systems Biology Ireland and Student Centre Buildings.
New Science Centre Facilities (09/09/2013)
During the last five years, there has been considerable investment in UCD Science South, Hub and East Buildings, delivering world-class teaching laboratories and classrooms for chemistry, biology, bio-molecular and 1st year physical science while also supporting strategic research areas such as biopharma, food and health, nanoscience and earth sciences. New and refurbished facilities for undergraduate, taught postgraduate, conferring and outreach activities have been commissioned in Science East and Hub Buildings in recent weeks.
Archaeologists from University College Dublin have built a replica of a Mesolithic or Middle Stone Age house on the Belfield campus to better understand how humans lived at the time.
The public have voted the UCD Student Centre as the winner of the Public Choice Award in the 2013 Irish Architecture Awards. The building designed by Dublin based Fitzgerald Kavanagh & Partners received 18% of the 12,500 votes cast for the 33 short listed projects.
Designed to enhance academic capacity, programmes, infrastructure and student supports a project to redevelop the UCD Newman Joyce Precinct has commenced.