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Breakfast Briefing: Rehabilitation and Enhancements of Runway 10/28 and Associated Infrastructure at Dublin Airport

  • Date(s)
    Wednesday, 23 October 2019
  • Time(s)
    Breakfast from 7:30 AM, event starts at 8:00 AM sharp
  • Venue
    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4

About the event

This breakfast briefing, kindly sponsored by Dublin Airport, will focus on the 30 year life of Runway 10-28 and the most recent rehabilitation and enhancements of the runway and associated taxiway infrastructure.

Dublin Airports Runway 10-28 is considered by many as the work horse that has been one of the key enablers of economic growth on the island of Ireland over the last 30 years. A lot of the headlines in recent years have centred on the proposed new Northern Runway that is currently under construction and will go into operation in late 2021.

This presentation will give some insights into the history of the Runway, the business case for the rehabilitation project, the project planning aspects, the delivery aspects and the challenges encountered from project inception to completion through a period of unprecedented growth in passenger numbers at Dublin Airport.

About the speakers

Ian Devine Chartered Engineer - Head of Asset Care Delivery at Dublin Airport
Ian has responsibility for the day to day availability of the airport's diverse range of assets.  Ian is a graduate of the University of Dundee and holds a BEng (Hons) degree in Civil Engineering and a Post Graduate diploma in Project Management. He has 15 years' experience working in the aviation industry with a proven track record in the design, delivery, maintenance and operation of airport infrastructure and expertise in airfield infrastructure design, delivery, maintenance and asset replacement with focus on whole life cost delivery of assets.

Paul Cumiskey Chartered Engineer - Design Manager Airfield & Infrastructure, DAA
Paul is responsible for the management of the design process for major airfield engineering and infrastructure projects at Dublin and Cork Airports. He has 30 years' experience in the Airport Industry and his particular specialisations include airport pavements, airfield infrastructure, runway configurations, airside planning, construction planning and logistics, multiple project co-ordination, aviation regulations and standards and runway length performance. Paul is a graduate of DIT Bolton Street and holds a post graduate diploma in Highway and Geotechnical Engineering from Trinity Collage Dublin.

Brian Frehill Chartered Engineer
Brian is a PMP Certified Project Manager and a graduate of NUI Galway with an honours BEng degree. He has 16 years’ experience in the design, planning, management and supervision of infrastructure projects in Ireland and Australia. He was the DAA Project Manager for the Rehabilitation and Enhancement of Runway 10/28 and Associated Taxiway Infrastructure. Brian was involved in the project from feasibility study stage right through to construction. He is currently working as a Project Manager in the Major Projects Department of Ervia and is engaged on the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade project on behalf of Irish Water.

Philip Lawlor Chartered Engineer
Philip holds both APMP and PMP Project Manager Certifications. He is a graduate from the University of Ulster, Jordanstown with an honours BEng degree in Civil Engineering, with supplementary post-graduate qualifications from TCD and DIT.  He has over 20 years’ experience in the design, planning, management and supervision of multiple structural, infrastructural and renewables construction projects in Ireland, the UK, France and Australia. He was the DAA Employer’s Representative for the Rehabilitation and Enhancement of Runway 10/28 and Associated Taxiway Infrastructure.

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