T1X – Dublin Airport
RPS provided engineering design and project management services for the extension for Terminal 1 and an Environmental Impact Statement for a new second runway.
Construction of Dublin International Airport’s new €55m Terminal One extension, T1X, was completed in 2009 which marked an impressive result for the expert multi-disciplined team who worked meticulously on the ground-breaking and ambitious project since 2006. T1X covers an area of 7500m1; over two storeys and a mezzanine level, providing high-quality facilities. The expansion is part of the €1.2bn Transforming Dublin Airport capital programme, which comprises more than 120 separate projects in total and provides much needed capacity to comfortably and efficiently accommodate the 20 million plus passengers who travel through the airport each year.
RPS’ input into the €55million T1X extension included acting as technical reviewer, contract administrator and site supervisor for the construction phases of the extension, and providing planning services and civil, structural and fire engineering for the project as well as advising on drainage and geotechnical matters.