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News » International » BAM picked for €27m control tower scheme » published 10 Dec 2017

BAM picked for €27m control tower scheme

The Irish Aviation Authority has awarded the construction of a new control tower at Dublin Airport to BAM Ireland.

The new VCT was designed by Dublin’s Scott Tallon Walker Architects Above: The new VCT was designed by Dublin’s Scott Tallon Walker Architects

The contract value for the 87m-tall Visual Control Tower (VCT) is €27m.

The new VCT, which was designed by Dublin’s Scott Tallon Walker Architects, comprises three separate but integrated structural elements - the main control room, a supporting tower and a ground-level building. The ground-level structure will accommodate staff facilities, electronic systems and a mechanical plant space to provide environmental control for the building. Site works will include a new car park and a new security station.

BAM Ireland expects to complete the project in early 2019.

 

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This article was published on 10 Dec 2017 (last updated on 10 Dec 2017).

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