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 was founded in 1946 when Ove Arup teamed up with a local architect for the design of the Irish national bus company headquarters in Dublin. Today we have over 300 staff based in Dublin, CorkLimerick and Galway offices. Our team covers all disciplines and works with global colleagues on projects in Ireland and around the world.

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  • 02Apr 2014

    PICU and T2 awarded top prizes at the 2014 ACEI Awards

    The awards recognise and commend the work of Ireland's leading engineering practices which demonstrate a high degree of achievement, value and engineering excellence.  

  • 20Mar 2014

    Arup wins RealGreen Services Provider of the Year 2014 at MIPIM

    The CEEQA Awards (Central Eastern European Real Estate Quality Awards) are organised each year in association with the Financial Times to recognise business excellence in green building and CRE investment across 18 countries in New Europe.

  • 24Sep 2013

    Leading the way at IFSEC Istanbul 2013

    The IFSEC Istanbul 2013 conference is one of the most important events covering both the security and fire sectors. The event, organized by UBM Live will include in the programme issues such as current industry standards and international Best Practice.

  • 02Sep 2013

    Extending public bicycle system in Ireland

    Following the success of the Public Bicycle Share Schemes in Dublin, which has so far recorded over three million journeys since its launch in 2009, the NTA has initiated the introduction of similar schemes in these regional cities.

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