Sports & Leisure Projects

  • Ballymun Recreation Centre

    The existing Ballymun Recreation Centre was renovated, extended and upgraded to provide improved neighbourhood centre facilities for the local community.

  • Malahide F.C

    Located on a sloping site approximately 10km North of Dublin City, the scheme consisted of the construction of three new soccer pitches, meeting rooms, offices and a clubhouse building with team facilities for Malahide Football Club.

  • LA Fitness

    The project involved the construction of a new fitness club within the envelope of an existing derelict squash court building at LA Fitness in Dartry, Dublin.

  • Donabate Leisure Centre

    Waterman Moylan were appointed to carry out civil engineering works at the 2,900m² Donabate sports and leisure centre in Dublin.

  • Dun Laoghaire Bowling Club

    This new lawn bowls facility includes an all-weather artificial bowling green and a clubhouse for one of the country’s leading lawn bowling clubs in Dun Laoghaire.

  • Glasgow Commonwealth Games

    Waterman was the consulting engineers appointed to deliver the £18m temporary conversion of Hampden Park Stadium from a traditional football arena to an arena with a floor area large enough to host international athletics for use during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

  • Everyman Theatre

    From the outset the New Everyman Theatre had very defined requirements from the client in terms of the internal environment and the energy usage.

  • University of Sydney Oval 2 Grandstand

    Waterman has been appointed as building services, structural and civil engineering consultant for the new University of Sydney Oval 2 Grandstand.

  • Scottish Ballet Headquarters

    The purpose of this part-refurbishment, part-new build has been specifically targeted to meet the current and future needs of the Scottish Ballet company, based in Glasgow.

  • Trocadero

    Waterman provided engineering and planning supervisory services for refurbishment at Trocadero, involving alterations to the existing operational leisure complex in Piccadilly.

  • Arsenal Football Club

    As part of Arsenal Football Club’s plans to build a new 60,000 seat stadium at Ashburton Grove, Waterman was appointed to provide visual, ecology, archaeology and cultural heritage impact assessments.