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Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin – A 2,100-seat theatre with an innovative acoustic design.
Since our foundation in 1946, Arup has grown to be one of the largest consultancy firms in Ireland working across every aspect of today’s built environment. We are an independent firm with over 700 designers, planners, engineers, project managers, consultants and technical specialists across our four offices.
Working to deliver a sustainable future, we have built a reputation for bringing global expertise to an increasingly broad range of projects across all sectors in the construction industry. From designing buildings and infrastructure, to harnessing digital insights and providing strategic advice backed by our technical expertise, we work with our clients to solve their most complex challenges and turn exciting ideas into tangible reality.
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The Dublin office was Arup’s first outside London, set up in 1946 on appointment to the award-winning Busáras central bus station. Since then, we have helped to shape and create buildings and infrastructure throughout Ireland and internationally, including Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2 and Visual Control Tower, the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge which is Ireland’s longest bridge and smart water pumps in Uganda.
With a focus on sustainable development, our engineers, planners, consultants and digital experts are delivering design consultancy services across the full range of sectors in the built environment.
Our people strive to constantly incorporate the latest design approaches and advancements in technology. From enhancing liveability within cities and neighbourhoods, to designing offices that support new ways of working and upgrading existing buildings in line with the European Green Deal, we help our clients to prepare for the challenges facing the world today.
50 Ringsend Road,
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