The Graduate Entry Medical School is a 4,000 sq.m. and is estimated to cost in the region of €15 million to build. WestLAN were awarded the contact to install a 1,700 point Cat6 structured cabling project.
The Building will allow for an annual intake of up to 120 students and will contain, among other features, 12 Problem-Based Learning teaching rooms, a 150-seat lecture theatre, 75 IT work stations, eight clinical skills laboratories, four anatomical skills laboratories, an area dedicated to research and a cafeteria. The new Building will also be home to the Mid-West GP Training Programme.