Dublin T2 Airport Building, Irish Airport Development

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Dublin T2 Airport

Ireland Building Development – design by Pascall+Watson Architects

page updated 11 Sep 2016 ; 12 Jan 2011

Dublin T2 Airport Building

Dublin Airport’s T2 opens

Design: Pascall+Watson, architects

Dublin Airport’s visually striking new second terminal has been completed.

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images from Pascall + Watson Architects

The new terminal, T2, has been built for Dublin Airport Authority with Arup as prime consultant and design engineers, Mace as construction manager and Pascall+Watson as architect. Costing €395million (euro), T2 will be capable of handling 15 million passengers per year, long and short-haul.

The 75,000 sqm terminal, which uses approximately two thirds less energy compared to other equivalent terminal buildings, is already award winning having received a Structural Steel Design Award earlier this year.

“When we received our commission for the masterplan of Dublin Airport and then the terminal we knew this development was one of national importance. Our solution was going to have to capture the aspirations and spirit of the country as well as celebrate the synergy between form and function, and deliver a world-class passenger experience,” says Alan Lamond, International Aviation Director for Pascall+Watson.

Dublin T2 Airport – Building Information

Architect and masterplanning: Pascall+Watson
Prime consultant and design engineers: Arup
Construction manager: Mace Steelwork
Contractor: Watson Steel Structures Limited

About Pascall + Watson
Pascall + Watson Architects provides key architectural services including:

• Architecture
• Master planning
• Interior design
• Design management
• Brief management
• Project management
• Process management

The practice specialises in the rail, education and aviation sectors, both UK and international. It employs over 200 staff across its offices in Putney, Dublin and Abu Dhabi.

About Mace
Mace is an international consultancy and construction company with a £700m+ turnover in 2009, employing 2,900 people and operating across 49 countries. The group’s core business is programme/project management, construction delivery, quantity surveying and facilities management but is truly multi-disciplinary with services spanning the entire property life cycle.

About Arup
Arup is the creative force behind many of the world’s prominent building, infrastructure and industrial projects. We offer a broad range of professional services that combine to make a positive difference to our clients and the communities in which we work.

We are truly global. From 90 offices in 35 countries our 10000 planners, designers, engineers and consultants deliver work across the world with flair and enthusiasm. Founded in 1946 with an enduring set of values, our unique trust ownership fosters a distinctive culture, an intellectual independence and encourages truly collaborative working.

This is reflected in everything we do, allowing us to contribute meaningful ideas, help shape agendas, and deliver results that frequently surpass the expectations of our clients. We passionately strive to find a better way, to imagine and shape ideas and to deliver better solutions for our clients.

We shape a better world.

Dublin T2 Airport images / information from Pascall + Watson Architects

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