Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin, Image credit Ros Kavanagh Photographer

Flexible design

A Flexibly-designed 2,100 seat theatre which accommodates ballet, musical and opera productions.

Grand Canal Theatre
Interior view of Dublin Airport's Terminal 2, credit Ian Bruce Photography

Transformation programme

Achieving seamlessly excellent service levels for passengers has been central to the design of Terminal 2.

Terminal 2, Dublin Airport
Night view of the Living Bridge, credit Arup/ROS KAVANAGH PHOTOGRAPHER

Organic relationships

Spanning 350 metres, the Living Bridge is the longest pedestrian bridge in Ireland.

Living Bridge, University of Limerick
External view of the new engineering building, NUI Galway.

A living laboratory

The scheme reflects the requirement to maintain maximum flexibility for future use of the building.

New Engineering Building, NUI Galway

Arup in Ireland has been delivering landmark projects since our foundation in 1946, when Ove Arup teamed up with a local architect for the design of the Irish national bus company headquarters in Dublin, which represents outstanding importance in the history of Irish architecture. Today we have over 360 qualified and accredited engineers and staff based in our Dublin, CorkLimerick and Galway offices. We have built a reputation for unrivalled local expertise and knowledge and we are now one of the largest engineering consulting firms in Ireland.

 

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    Arup continues growth and improves performance

    The firm’s annual income rose to £1.13bn as a result of strong financial growth in the UK, Asia and America. The Group generated profits before taxation and profit sharing to staff of £96.7 million. As the firm has no external shareholders, the employee-owned business was able to distribute two thirds of this profit back to staff members.

  • 16Dec 2015

    Arup joins "Paris Pledge" for action

    The new universal climate agreement was launched at COP 21 in Paris. The Paris Pledge for Action marks a critical step on the path to solving climate change and supports a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to a safe level, while building resilience against those changes already occurring. 

  • 23Nov 2015

    New report shows cities leading on climate change action

    The report demonstrates that since COP15 cities have taken the lead in climate action by forging a collaborative pathway to low carbon and climate resilient development. Mayors have scaled-up action as now 51 per cent of schemes are delivered city-wide, as opposed to 14 per in 2011.

  • 10Nov 2015

    Engineers Ireland award for the new Kerry Group's facility

    As sustainability was a key objective for Kerry, we targeted a LEED system Silver accreditation from an early stage. This involved significant commitment of financial investment and considerable design efforts to devise innovative solutions to satisfy the demanding technical and environmental requirements.

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