Our specialists provided multidisciplinary design services and health and safety consultancy (PSDS) for Dublin Airport’s central immigration facilities.
Located on the ground floor of the Pier A link building, the immigration control facility was designed to improve the operational efficiency of the immigration control process and to reduce waiting times for passengers. It was also essential that it maintained separation of Pier A (200 series gates) and Pier D (100 series gates) passengers up to the point of presentation to immigration control to prevent cross flows and congestion.
The project also included the relocation and fit-out of a pilot’s briefing room for Aer Lingus pilots, along with a technical services area for Dublin Airport Authority technical services unit.
Client: Dublin Airport Authority