Andromeda lands another airport lighting contract

Published:  04 February, 2009

Andromeda
Another airport project for Andromeda — Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport.

Andromeda has started working at Dublin Airport Terminal 2 to install integrated lighting controls in the main terminal building — covering the check-in, information and baggage areas. The system will also extend to the 450 m-long pier, with its 11 gates, and the energy centre, which generates chilled and hot water for the campus.

The project is currently in the design phase. Construction is due to commence in June, with completion set for November 2009. The contract adds to Andromeda’s airports portfolio and was awarded by Mercury Engineering on the back of that experience.

Graham Boaler, project director with Andromeda says, ‘Dublin T2 marks an important step forward for Andromeda in extending our already successful airports portfolio. This includes Manchester Airport and our ongoing work with BAA at Heathrow on T5, T1, T3 and T4.

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