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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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Since opening in 1982, our Limerick office has continued to provide technical excellence in engineering, particularly in the delivery of ‘mission critical’ projects for confidential clients in the mid-west region.
We are delighted to be contributing to transformative Limerick 2030 projects, such as the revival of the iconic Mungret Park, Cleeves Riverside Quarter and the Opera site. Supporting the regeneration of Ireland’s third-largest city, current projects include enhancing active travel and the urban realm through the O’Connell Street Urban Centre Revitalisation Project and a new inpatient ward block at University Hospital Limerick.
Working with our clients to boost Limerick as a global centre of economic activity, our multidisciplinary teams are helping to prepare the manufacturing sector for the Industry 4.0 transformation at the IDA Advanced Manufacturing Centre, improving the city’s transport networks through digital innovation and enhancing education through several key University of Limerick (UL) projects, including the Glucksman Library.
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