Client: Dublin Airport Authority

Project: Refurbishment of the existing TASC Building

Project Description

Dublin Airport Authority has completely overhauled the 1960s TASC Building, which was formerly the Aer Lingus head office and transformed it into ultra-modern office accommodation. Because of its location at Dublin Airport the building has been renamed Skybridge House.

Cross Electrical were responsible for the complete decommissioning and reinstallation of all electrical services to the existing seven-storey building.

This project had a unique challenge in that a meteorological radar station which was located on the roof of the building had to remain in operation throughout the duration of the project. Cross Electrical engaged with all stake holders in the airport campus to deliver this state of the art office facility.

Project Scope

  • containment
  • LV distribution
  • general services
  • fire alarm
  • lighting/emergency lighting
  • lighting control
  • aircraft warning system
  • CCTV
  • access control
  • ICT
  • disabled refuge system
  • lifts
  • lightning protection services
  • UPS systems
  • mechanical/BMS wiring
  • car park lighting
  • testing and commissioning
  • certification