One Dublin Airport Central

Walls Construction was engaged as the design and build contractor to redevelop the 1960’s former Aer Lingus Head Office building at Dublin Airport.

It was redeveloped to a Grade A specification as the flagship for a new generation of commercial facilities at the heart of the airport campus with LEED Platinum Certification and an A3 energy rating.

Works included the regeneration of the post-tensioned concrete frame which included façade removal, full strip out, a new triple-glazed façade, the installation of new mechanical and electrical services, full fit-out of common areas, lift cores and stairwells, roof and associated upgrading of perimeter site infrastructure and landscaping.

The six-story over basement building with a floor area of 8,300m2 (89,400sq ft) was renamed as One, Dublin Airport Central.

CLIENT

Central Bank of Ireland

ARCHITECT

Henry J Lyons Architects

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

Aecom

DURATION

18 months

PROJECT MANAGER

Cogent Associates

QUANTITY SURVEYOR

Aecom

SERVICES ENGINEERS

O'Connor Sutton Cronin

AREA

29,000m²