WestLAN have completed a substantial IT Structured cabling project for new Human Biology Building in National University of Ireland, Galway. This building will be the new home for the School of Medicine, providing teaching and research facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
WestLAN have completed another major structured cabling project for the University of Limerick. The landmark Analog Devices Building is a €52 million strategic investment in research excellence at the University of Limerick. This investment will expand research capacity in Applied Sciences & Engineering through the provision of state-of-the art laboratory facilities (the Analog Devices Building) together with the creation of new Professorship positions (Bernal Chairs) to build a multi-disciplinary team of world-leading scientists and engineers at the University of Limerick.
NUI Galway’s Engineering Building, designed by Taylor Architects/RMJM, has been voted Ireland’s favourite new building: it was the Public Choice in the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2012. WestLAN were awarded the contact to install a 3,500 point Cat6 structured cabling project. [Continue Reading…]
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. [Continue Reading…]
The Western Gateway Building is the largest building on the university campus at 25,000m² and accommodates Computer Science, the School of Mathematical Sciences, Microelectronics, Pharmacology, Physiology and a Cancer Research unit. [Continue Reading…]