Department of Building and Civil Engineering

Courses in construction, civil engineering, architectural technology, quantity surveying and environmental systems

GMIT Dept of Building and Civil Engineering

The building and civil engineering industry provides exciting employment opportunities for graduates in the following areas:

  • Architectural Technology
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  • Civil Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Quantity Surveying

GMIT offers three and four year degree courses in Architectural Technology, Civil EngineeringConstruction Management, and Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics

We also offer a Higher Diploma in Engineering in Building Information Modelling (BIM), on a full-time or part-time basis. This is designed as a direct response to the skill and competency needs of the construction industry, and is ideal for people working in the industry who wish to upskill.

 

CONTACT DETAILS
School of Engineering
GMIT
Dublin Road
Galway

Head of Department of Building & Civil Engineering
Mary Rogers
Tel: +353 91 742210

School Office
Jacinta Hennelly
Tel: +353 91 742201
Email: Jacinta Hennelly

Paula Melady
Tel: +353 91 742251
Email: Paula Melady

What's Happening

Cian Dalton, Claregalway overall winner of the GMIT Mechanical and Industrial Student Expo (2021) whose project is now eligible for direct entry into Engineer Ireland Innovative Student of the Year competition.

Cian Dalton a recent graduand from the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering has been shortlisted as one of the five final finalists of Engineers Ireland - Innovative Student Engineer of the year. The final of the competition is scheduled to take place on Friday, 17th September betw

Aoife Earnor, Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering, GMIT

Fourth-year Biomedical Engineering student Aoife Earnor has been selected to participate in Stryker's R&D Graduate Programme.

Latest News

L to R: Dr Paddy Tobin, Head of the GMIT School of Design & Creative Arts, Jill Beardsworth, GMIT lecturer and award-winning artist, Ariel Mactavish, President of the Medtronic’s Respiratory Interventions Operating Unit [Photographer: Andrew Downes. No repro fee]

Medtronic will partner with the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) School of Design and Creative Arts to commission a public artwork commemorating the collaborative effort of the local community and Medtronic employees in responding to the COVID-19 crisis.

[Photo by Michael Donnelly. No repro fee.] L to R: Fania Ellison, Mayo/Sligo Regional Co-ordinator, Business in the Community Ireland; Mary Carolan, Business teacher, Colaiste Pobail Acla; Justin Kerr, VP for the GMIT Mayo Campus and Head of School of Health Science, Wellbeing & Society; and Dr Deirdre Garvey, Head of Department Environmental Humanities and Social Sciences, GMIT.

An initiative aimed at introducing pupils to the world of work, college opportunities and supports, has been launched by GMIT and Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI).