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Tánaiste sends WIT project to market

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , , on 12 October 2010 by Steve

“Major building work in Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) moved a step further this week after the Tánaiste Mary Coughlan, TD, announced that the second bundle of public-private partnership (PPP) projects in the third-level sector are going to market …” (more)

[Justine Dwyer, Waterford News and Star, 12 October]

Tánaiste sends IT Tallaght building project to market under PPP model

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , , on 7 October 2010 by Steve

“Major building work in the Institute of Technology in Tallaght moved a step further today after the Tánaiste and Minister for Education and Skills, Mary Coughlan TD, announced that the second bundle of public-private partnership (PPP) projects in the third-level sector are going to market …” (more)

[Mary Coughlan, Fianna Fáil, 7 October]

Third-level building projects to create jobs

Posted in Governance and administration with tags on 4 August 2009 by Steve

Ireland“The Government must follow a commitment to new building projects at four third-level colleges with further schemes to boost construction, industry chiefs said last night. The National Development Finance Agency has begun the tendering process for the public-private partnership (PPP) works in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. The work is expected to be completed by the end of 2012 …” (more)

[Grainne Cunningham, Independent, 4 August]

Six education building projects go to tender

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , , , on 3 August 2009 by Steve

Ireland“The first tranche of a major Government programme to build third-level education facilities using the public-private-partnership (PPP) model were sent out to tender yesterday, some 18 months after their initial announcement. Minister for Education Batt O’Keeffe yesterday announced that six building projects were now being offered to the market to tender. Three of the six projects will be in the Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology; one will be in the Limerick Institute of Technology; another at the University of Limerick; while the sixth will be at the Cork Institute of Technology …” (more)

[Harry McGee, Irish Times, 3 August]