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Atkins successfully deliver Primary Border Inspection Post in Dublin Port.
Atkins are providing full multidiscipline engineering consultancy services for Dublin Port Company (DPC) to help them realise delivery of their ambitious and exciting Port development plan through to 2040. Completion of a new primary border inspection post sees the successful delivery of our first project for DPC Masterplan.
Project entailed the transformation of a disused site, previously a Calor Gas bottling facility, into a multi agency border control facility for use by Customs, Dept. of Agriculture and Dept. of Immigration.
Colette O’Shea, Project Manager, Atkins commented ‘I’m delighted to be able to commend the efforts of the Project Delivery Team, consisting of DPC PMO team, Atkins design team, the contracting partners and the resident engineering staff. Successful delivery of this project in the required timeframe demanded a very collaborative approach from all parties. The entire project team approached the project with the same “can do” attitude which allowed us to successfully deliver a high calibre project befitting of Dublin Port.
Justin Norman, MD Atkins added ‘We look forward to continuing to work with DPC to help successfully deliver various projects under the DPC’s Masterplan 2012–2040