• 12 February 2018

Update from the Top – Dublin’s tallest building

Work continues apace on the Capital Dock development in Dublin, on which we are providing civil and structural engineering services and also acting as PSDP. The main structural work is largely complete but there is plenty yet to keep our team busy.

The 23-storey residential tower, which is the cornerstone of the project, topped out last October 2017. It is now the tallest building in Dublin. Three quarters of the cladding has now been installed, and the building will be closed out in the next few weeks. A total of 190 apartments will be delivered by the project, and those in the tower in particular will have unrivalled views across the whole of Dublin.

Pictured recently on top of the tower, with Grand Canal Dock and the Aviva stadium in the background and the Wicklow Mountains on the horizon, are some of the members of our team: Fiona Kennedy, Aaron Dowling, Rebecca Phelan and Stephen Walsh.

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