Project Summary
Project Summary
Client: Dublin Airport Authority / Collen Construction
Architect: Collen Construction / BKD Architects
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Value: Confidential
Specialist Expertise:

About the Project

IN2 have been appointed to design the mechanical and electrical service installations for the refurbishment and extension of the Terminal One Baggage Screening halls at Dublin Airport. The project includes replacing the existing baggage system, which comprises 6km of conveyor and an automated sorting system. As well as installing an additional line to further increase capacity for the busy airport.

The implementation of new baggage screening units is based on increased international safety regulations.

As a core development within the airport, the environmental design objective is to provide low energy and maintenance efficient solutions resulting in lower energy and carbon emissions.

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Dublin Airport is the largest international airport in Ireland. In 2019 it welcomed 32.9 million people

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Co-ordinating the services within the existing baggage hall facility was a challenge. To overcome these challenges all existing services were modelled within Revit to create a fully co-ordinated model to minimise project risks associated with on-site co-ordination.

We frequently ran clash detection against baggage handling equipment, existing services, proposed new services, building envelope and building structure to detect any early warnings with co-ordination.

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Project Tags:
MEP Design
BIM
Dynamic Thermal Modelling
Extension
Refurbishment
Ireland