Extensive upgrade works to 4km of roads surrounding Dublin Airport.
The project involved the upgrade of 4km of roads surrounding Dublin Airport, along with planning, resurfacing, drainage, and junction improvements – all while ensuring there was no disruption to pedestrians or traffic.
All works were undertaken at night, when the airport was at its quietest, and thoroughly planned to ensure all temporary traffic management could be removed at 5am each morning. Echelon paving was utilised to minimise cold bitumen joints and maximise the volume of surfacing laid each night.
The project was delivered in a live, restrictive, operational area that required extensive temporary traffic management. No road closures were allowed, so all works had to be carefully coordinated with the surrounding stakeholders, DAA emergency services and the DAA operations team. Daily coordination meetings were fundamental to the success of the project, along with maximising the volume of works being undertaken within a temporary traffic layout.
- 40,000m² of road reinstatement
- Widening of Junction 1 at Corballis Road South - a main airport access road
- Service diversions including HV, LV cables, communications, and potable water
- Road signage and road markings
Dublin Airport Authority
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