Dublin Airport

Waterman has provided engineering consultancy services on a number of significant projects at Dublin Airport.

One of the key projects was a new central immigration facility on the ground floor of the Pier A link building at Dublin Airport. Waterman provided multi-disciplinary design team services and PSDS services.

The new 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 maintain 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 new pilots briefing room for Aer Lingus pilots and a technical services area for DAA technical services unit.

Waterman also provided civil engineering consultancy services for the first privately owned and operated carpark at Dublin airport.

The carpark accommodates approximately 6,100 cars and is operated by Q-Park. Facilities provided include ticketing systems and a shuttle bus service to Dublin airport.

In order to eliminate excess storm water runoff form the carpark, the surfacing consists of permeable gravel surface laid on a geotextile on consolidated glacial till. The permeable surface stores the excess storm water which is released at a controlled rate to the local ditch system.

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