ROADS ARE AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT IN CONNECTING PEOPLE AND PLACES, AND IN ENABLING THE MOVEMENT OF GOODS.

As the number of journeys made for business and leisure continues to increase, we’re helping our clients reimagine, reinvent and re-energise infrastructure to meet the needs of today and tomorrow.

Whoever our clients are – government, financial institutions, private developers and contractors – we work collaboratively with them to plan, design, build, deliver, operate and maintain roads infrastructure.

We’ve been delivering major roads projects in Ireland for decades, working on a wide range of projects that includes delivering new tolling systems in America and supporting the delivery of smart motorways in the UK.

Whether our clients require our conventional engineering services, the delivery of complex projects through design-build contracts or full public private partnership (PPP) arrangements, they’re able to leverage our expertise in project financing, engineering, construction, procurement, operations and maintenance.

Our experience and resources are elevated by our expertise: our clients draw on our in-depth knowledge of emerging ideas and technologies to drive better design choices and optimal efficiency. For example, we help our clients to embrace new ideas such as digital engineering, where we’re incorporating automation in design. By harnessing digital tools and data, we deliver intelligent infrastructure solutions that maximise our clients’ results even further, by developing digital asset management techniques and enabling better investment, operation and maintenance decisions.

Our role as digital leaders puts us at the forefront of intelligent mobility – a development that will change the way the world travels. Combined with increasingly sophisticated driverless technologies, our clients are integrating intelligent mobility into existing and new road infrastructure, therefore delivering a safer and improved road user experience.

ROADS PROJECTS & NEWS

1st April 2022

UCD, Stillorgan Road.

Pictured at the launch of the DLR/NTA Cycle Scheme incorporating a new pedestrian and cycle entrance to UCD at Stillorgan Road.

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