Higher Diploma in Engineering in Building Information Modelling

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is an innovative new approach to building design, construction, and management.

BIM has changed the way industry professionals worldwide think about how technology can be applied to building design, construction, and management. BIM also supports the continuous and immediate availability of project design, scope, schedule, and cost information that is high quality, reliable, integrated, and fully coordinated.

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Department of Building and Civil Engineering

The building and civil engineering industry provides employment opportunities for both male and female graduates in the fields of Construction Management, Civil Engineering, Property, Architectural Technology, Quantity Surveying and Forest Management.

The four year Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Construction Management is designed to enable successful graduates to be employed in middle management roles in construction companies as professional construction managers.

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Delegates attending the GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference in GMIT (Photo by Staunton Media)

The 7th Annual GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference was held at the GMIT Dublin Road campus on Tuesday 7th March, hosted by the Department of Building and Civil Engineering.

24/09/2018 - 10:00 to 16:00
01/10/2018 - 12:00 to 15:00

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Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) warmly welcomes the announcement of €2M capital funding for GMIT Mayo under the Government’s recently unveiled investment in education package as part of Project Ireland 2040.

Staff and students on GMIT’s Green Campus Committee are delighted to host, for the third year, its annual Green Open Day at the Dublin Road (Galway) campus on Monday, 24 September, as part of the 2018 Loving Galway Festival - Celebrating our Green and Blue Spaces (20 – 30 September 2018).