The Erne Campus

Erne Campus Inspiring the Future of Education

World-Class Teaching and Learning Facilities

The new campus, which has been designed by Hamilton Architects, has seen the delivery of the first educational building worldwide to achieve the highest international standard in environmental constructions – PassivHaus Premium, ranking it alongside prestigious buildings such as the Apple Campus 2 in terms of sustainable innovation and design.

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Passive House Premium

The Erne Campus will be the first Passive House Premium project of any kind in the UK, continuing our commitment towards sustainability, previously seen with the awarding winning CREST Centre, which opened in 2016 as the first Passivhaus Certified Educational building in the UK.

Bennett Freehill are the design team at the centre of this progress, and they are working towards making the Erne Campus a modern and class leading building, designed to reach both BREEAM Outstanding rating and the elusive and highly respected PassivHause Premium standard. Their role in the project is diverse, but their focus in particular has been on delivering the core concept and specification carried forward by the contractor team; reviewing contractor progress on site in order to monitor progress and quality; and acting act as Passivhouse Observer, monitoring the progress of the Passivhouse certification process.

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The future of education


News & Events

The end of an era as South West College bids farewell to iconic Fairview Campus

College commemorates closure of iconic campus building with virtual exhibition celebrating 50 years of Further Education study

SWC's New Erne Campus Confirmed as World First and Largest Passive House Premium Rated Building

Economy Minister Diane Dodds has congratulated South West College on achieving the Passive House Premium rating for its brand new £30million Erne campus, Enniskillen.

Heritage Bursary Holders start adventure as work to restore Enniskillen Workhouse Begins

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and South West College are working in partnership to undertake the restoration of the Enniskillen Workhouse. The project has gained new momentum as bursary holders have enjoyed their first opportunity to work on the site.

Erne Campus sets roots for the future with native tree planting ceremony

South West College’s (SWC) brand new Erne Campus which is scheduled to open its doors later this year welcomed a special delivery of 10 native trees recently which were planted as part of an all-Ireland initiative to help fight climate change.  

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3 Cornagrade Road
Enniskillen BT74 6BD