To request a room to be reserved, a Room Booking form (available from the Academic Registry website) should be completed in detail and sent to the email account Room.Bookings or (Room.Bookings@ul.ie) if email is from outside the UL campus). The room booking will then be confirmed if there is room availability or an alternative may be offered.
Please log your request through our Helpdesk under the security section providing the name of the visitor(s), arrival/departure times and university contact name.
Contact the Siemens helpdesk at ext 2440.
Parking permits are issued by B&E (Room AM-065) from Monday to Wednesday between 14h30 - 16h00. If you have any queries, you can also email email@example.com
Please print off and complete a Multi Plug Adapter Form (giving all necessary details) and return to the Buildings and Estates Department.
Each staff member is issued with a desk for his/her office. If your desk is broken the Buildings and Estates Department will replace/repair it for you. Please log your call through our Helpdesk under the maintenance section If you wish to purchase a new desk you can do so from your own departmental funds with the consent of your Department Head. The Buildings and Estates Department are always available to assist you with choices if you so wish.
- The print room issues all printed campus maps.
- Campus Maps can also be found on the Buildings and Estates website.
Each staff member is issued with one 4-drawer filing cabinet. If you want a second one you can purchase it from your own departmental funds with the consent of your Department Head. The Buildings and Estates Department are always available to assist you with choices if you so wish.
Please print off and complete a Key Request form (with full details) and return by post to the Buildings and Estates Department or Portering Staff of applicable Building.
For items to be moved between or within buildings on campus, please email BuildingsMaintenance@ul.ie giving full details of items to be moved, person's contact number, email, and location details.
Please contact the Buildings and Estates Department at ext. 2001/2006 or email BuildingsMaintenance@ul.ie
The room numbering system is designed to give an address, as well as a code, to each room. See example below:
Main Building: Room Number CM-048
C - denotes BLOCK C
M - denotes FLOOR LEVEL (in this case mezzanine)
048 - denotes ROOM NUMBER (in that block on that level)
Please click here for a map showing the breakdown of all building codes.
All signage on campus requires the approval of the Buildings and Estates Department. All signage must be in accordance with Section 11 of the Official Languages Act 2003. This means all new signage must be bi-lingual (with the exception of certain safety signage). The Irish language text must be above the English text and must be of equal or greater font. For assistance or advice please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. However if a Department is purchasing additional or alternative furniture, one must ensure that what is purchased is in accordance with relevant EU standards, i.e. by obtaining a test certificate issued within the last five years. Refer to email@example.com for further advice.