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EVENING LECTURE: Delivering the Site Infrastructure & Public Realm for the Grangegorman Development Project

 

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ENGINEERS IRELAND Structures & Construction Division in association with the Institution of Structural Engineers present a lecture entitled;

“Delivering the Site Infrastructure & Public Realm for the Grangegorman Development Project”

The video for the presentation is now available to view

The Site Infrastructure and Public Realm (SIPR) project is a massive undertaking which covers the entire Grangegorman site and consists of the laying of all utility services, major earthworks and development of the public realm – paths, roads, green areas, lighting, seating, bike parking, etc.

Phase one of this contract delivered the initial public realm to allow the first 1,000 DIT students to come onsite in September 2014. As well as delivering all of the site’s utility services, this project also delivered a new surface water pipe connection to Smithfield as required by Dublin City Council and all of the new outdoor sports facilities.

Presented by:-
Brian Heron BE, PGD H’way & Geo. Eng., MSc, CEng M.I.E.I.
Is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Associate with O’Connor Sutton Cronin & Associates, one of Irelands Leading Multi-disciplinary Engineering Consultancy’s. Brian has over 15 years of professional experience in the design and delivery of a wide range of civil engineering projects. Brian was the Senior Resident Engineer on the Employer’s Representatives team responsible for delivering the Site Infrastructure & Public Realm project.

6.30pm Tuesday 11th November 2014 at School of Civil & Structural Engineering, DIT Bolton St, Dublin 1Room 281

All are welcome to attend the event and admission is free.

For further details please visit www.engineersireland.ie or email Daniel O’Keeffe at daniel.okeeffe@ocsc.ie

A flyer is available to publicise the event via the following link: Grangegorman Flyer.

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