Queens University Belfast / School of Biological Sciences
This project aims to co-locate and consolidate the School of Biological Sciences. The School is located, mainly, in the Medical Biology Centre; while its major research centre - the Institute of Global Food Security (IGFS) – is in the David Keir Building and in the Northern Ireland Technology Centre.
The IGFS is a world leader in national and global efforts to provide the world’s growing population with a sustainable safe and secure supply of high quality food. Supporting its effective operation and growth is of major importance to the University and is also a key asset to the wider Northern Ireland economy.
The new building will be constructed on the site of the former Science Library.
Belfast Metropolitan College
This exciting project opened in August 2011, with Belfast Metropolitan College relocating from two of the College’s existing buildings, namely Brunswick Street and College Square East, into the new Titanic Quarter building.
The new building is located within close proximity to the Odyssey complex and has capacity for 2,500 full-time students with the facility complementing the College’s other city centre provision located at Millfield. The building has a Trend BMS installed providing control of the primary heating plant and VAV ventilation systems with the BMS interfacing with modbus metering and Bacnet interface to the chilled water system. The FM provider has full control of the system through the Trend 963 supervisor which provides access to all IO points via plant schematics and floor plans detailing the location of all field equipment.