Aer Lingus Operations Control Centre

Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus Operations Control Centre

This mission-critical facility involved the relocation of the Aer Lingus Operations Control Centre from Hangar 6 (Airside) to Shamrock House (Landside) within the Dublin Airport campus. The Operations Control Centre is a 24-Hour, 7-day operation, and the Works involved the installation of a new Generator to ensure continuity of supply. The conclusion of the Works involved a managed handover between both facilities without any downtime.

Challenges

Designing M&E Services for a mission-critical facility with minimum allowable downtime.

Successes

Micro-managed programme/scheduling ensured seamless transition from old Control Centre to new on a scheduled weekend.

Metec Solutions

Comprehensive TV & Comms Installation, delivering 1 GB capability. Primary Electrical Services throughout Control Centre and VRF Fan Coil system. Circadian-rhythm control of lighting throughout.

Mechanical Services

  • New VRF Heating/Cooling Systems.
  • New Kitchen Services

Electrical Services

  • New Generator, New Sub Distribution Board for 3rd Floor.
  • New Comms installation throughout Control Centre, new Digital TV system.
  • General Services to Control Centre, including Circadian-rhythm control of lighting to simulate natural daylight, critical in improving mood in a 24-hour operation.
  • Full Life Safety Systems, including interface with remainder of Building.

Project Details

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Duration

Professional Team

Turner Townsend Project Managers & Quantity Surveyors

Douglas Wallace Architects

Contractors

Europlan Services Structural Engineers

BB7 Fire

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