The Department of Mechanical, Manufacturing and Biomedical Engineering is housed in the Parsons Building, at the eastern end of the campus. The Department is proud of its heritage as well as its position at the forefront of Mechanical engineering research and teaching. This philosophy is reflected in our building, which is named after Charles Parsons, and itself a marvel of architectural design by the Irish firm Grafton Architects. The modern extensions (1996, 2005) to the original 19th century building have won a number of architectural awards (2005, 2006 Architectural Association of Ireland, Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland).
More information on the history of our Department within Trinity College and the field of Mechanical engineering can be found here:
- A brief history of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering in Trinity College Dublin
- A guide to the historical engineering models on display in the lobby of the Parsons Building