Dublin Port Heritage Project.
Much of our work in Dublin Port recently, has been coping with the dramatic changes to the working of the port by the demands of Brexit. We have several project reports on the high security nature of these in our recent projects section of our website.
However, we recently worked with Roadbridge on a very interesting project, designed to preserve and develop the history of the port by a ‘distributed museum’ of attractions across the Dublin docklands and into The Port preserving and opening to the public, historic buildings from the beginnings of the Ports development.
This Particular Element involved the installation of more decorative security involving 20mm Round Bar Railings, 80 x 12mm Flat Bar Railings and 2 sliding gates one of them a formidable automated gate to the entrance.
This gate is 6645mm wide x 3400mm high and weighs 2815kgs. It was manufactured in our Inchicore Works and subsequently Galvanised and Powder Coated. We provided the gate with all requirements for subsequent automation by Dublin Ports own designated contractor with whom we liaised.
The second gate is 20mm 4075 mm high x 4000mm wide.
This is an example of where our design and manufacturing team worked with the client on a specific design to suit the requirements of their project. And our installation department worked closely with The Main Contractor, Client and associated other Sub Contractors.