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River Boyne spanned with steel

A steel composite bridge was the solution used for the recently opened M3 motorway’s longest structure needed to span the River Boyne. Covering a length of …

SSDA 2010 – Terminal 2, Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport’s new Terminal 2 is a flexible, contemporary and user-friendly facility developed to cater for 10-15 million passengers per annum. The new …

Starring role for Dublin theatre

Built in a shape that defies description and featuring complex and challenging steel elements, the Grand Canal Theatre is Dublin’s newest cultural and …

Lansdowne Road reborn as Aviva Stadium

Irish international football and rugby will soon have a new state-of-the-art 50,000 all seater stadium in which to play as the multi-million pound …

Flat pack modular construction

An IKEA furniture store and car park in Dublin contains long spans with heavy floor planks requiring the structure to be erected in box-like modules to allow …

Landmark conference centre to boost business tourism

Visually outstanding and structurally challenging, Dublin’s National Conference Centre is set to put Ireland on the global conferencing map, writes Martin …

Dublin’s complex convention centre on the rise

Steelwork contractor Fisher Engineering is currently erecting 8,000t of structural steelwork for Dublin’s National Convention Centre. Situated in the …

Table top construction

A new world class arena in Dublin’s Docklands is being constructed from the shell of a former train shed. Martin Cooper reports on a project which has …

Steel builds a first for Ireland

The contract to supply, fabricate and erect steelwork for the Repub- lic of Ireland’s first IKEA store near Dublin has recently been awarded to Atlas Ward …

Capital change

A new cultural and business quarter is rapidly taking shape on the banks of the River Liffey in Dublin’s Docklands. Martin Cooper reports from a project …

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