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Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin – A 2,100-seat theatre with an innovative acoustic design.
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Arup is one of the largest engineering consulting firms in Ireland, with over 550 qualified and accredited engineers and staff in our four offices. We have built a reputation for unrivalled local expertise and knowledge.
We have been delivering landmark projects since our foundation in 1946, when Sir Ove Arup teamed up with a local architect, Michael Scott of Scott Tallon Walker. The design of Busáras, the Irish national bus company headquarters, was Arup's first project in Ireland. This represents outstanding importance in the history of Irish architecture.
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Sir Ove Arup set up Arup's first overseas office in Dublin in 1946. We have been delivering landmark engineering projects across Ireland ever since.
We have been involved in many significant projects that have helped to shape and create the vibrant, modern city that Dublin is today. More recent projects include the award-winning Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport, the M50 motorway, Swords BRT Scheme and the Tallaght and Clondalkin Movement Framework Plans, helping to shape the modern infrastructure of the city and surrounding areas. Our involvement with many of Dublin's universities, including UCD and TCD, spans a number of decades.
Our engineers are also involved in numerous international projects. Recently, staff developed a methodology for assessing the structural safety of textile factory buildings in Bangladesh as part of Design That Saves Lives. We also designed the new passenger terminal building for Zagreb International Airport in Croatia.
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