- Official Dedication of the Simon Perry Building
- Laurence Gill and Joanne MacMahon launch FundIt campaign to raise money for Kenyan borehole
- TCD signs Partnership Agreement with Top Engineering Schools in Europe and China
- Final Year Civil Engineering student wins "One to Watch" Golden Spider Award
- Civil Engineering student wins the Irish Undergraduate Awards (Environmental & Geosciences category)
- TCD Civil Engineering helps Summerhill community garden with irrigation system
- Civil Engineering to conduct Ireland's first Ecar Trial Programme with ESB
- Civil Engineering student wins HEA "Making An Impact" award
Welcome to the Department of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. Civil Engineers have a key role in shaping the future of society, being at the forefront of the knowledge and skills required to meet the big challenges facing the world today - increasing pressures on resources (energy, water, land etc) with the resultant need for more sustainable approaches to all aspects of life, the effects of climate change and mitigation strategies, the global trend towards more urbanized living etc. Civil Engineering is a broad discipline which deals with the main infrastructure needed for society: structures and bridges, water resources and waste management, transport management and roads, energy resources and systems.
Our undergraduate Civil Engineering programme is multi-dimensional, having a strong technical focus but also an emphasis on the development of team working skills, knowledge of ethics and an awareness of the social and environmental impacts of their work. Graduates often end up working on multi-disciplinary projects that require innovative approaches and thinking, offering exciting careers both in Ireland and abroad, including work in developing countries.
Our strong research focus on quantitative and analytical methods, the application of innovation and the development and use of new technology to solve problems in the natural and built environments. We work with industry, governments and universities across the world on research which has economic, social, political, scientific and engineering dimensions. Details of our courses, research, staff and other information about this Department can be accessed on the website.
Dr Laurence Gill
Head of Department