Consulting Engineers
and Environmental Scientists

Consulting Engineers
and Environmental Scientists

Waterman Moylan is a leading engineering and environmental consultancy providing specialist services to our clients in Ireland’s property, infrastructure and environment markets.

Based in Dublin, our expertise covers civil, structural, transportation, mechanical and electrical engineering as well as sustainability and construction related health and safety consultancy.

We take great pride in our longstanding relationships with government agencies, local authorities and private sector clients. We strive to provide innovative, sustainable and economic solutions that convert our clients’ vision into reality on every project we undertake, no matter how large or small the challenge.

We work throughout the complete lifecycle of the asset, starting from initial surveys and concept planning, through to design, delivery, project management, supervision and ongoing maintenance.

As part of international multidiscipline engineering and environmental consultancy, Waterman Group Plc, we benefit from a strong network of colleagues and specialists across the UK, Europe and Australia. The close collaboration between our teams gives our people the opportunity to work on some of the world’s most exciting projects, and to grow their specialism by working with leading experts within the Group across a wide variety of sectors..

Waterman Group is part of CTI Engineering, the leading Japanese engineering consultancy. CTI provides professional consulting services related to civil engineering and construction works, including planning, research, design, and project management.

Our Disciplines

Featured Project

Capital Dock is strategically located in the heart of Dublin’s south docklands on one of the largest previously undeveloped waterfront sites in the Irish capital.

Completed in 2018, the development delivers 60,000 sqm of mixed-use contemporary office, residential and retail units on a 4.8-acre site, offering a world-class visionary campus.

The unique urban quarter’s stunning views of the River Liffey and Grand Canal Dock are home to 35,000 sq m of office space and 190 high quality multi-family homes, including a 23-storey residential tower which is the tallest in Dublin. The planned Dodder Bridge, to be delivered by Dublin City Council, will considerably enhance transport links to the Capital Dock site, strengthening the development as one of the most accessible sites of the city. Elsewhere, the Port Tunnel will provide access to Dublin Airport, the M50 peripheral motorway and main suburbs of the capital on both sides of the Liffey.

We were delighted to support Kennedy Wilson on this scheme, with our team providing civil and structural engineering services and construction-related health and safety advisory input for the project, assisting in the creation of a new vision in Dublin’s thriving central business district.

Seven Separate Buildings

The Capital Dock development consists of seven separate buildings, ranging from three to 23 storeys, and a new public square – all constructed over a two-level basement. The site is bound on the north by the Liffey; on the east by the confluence of the Liffey and Dodder plus the Grand Canal; and to the south and west by existing development.

Commercial

Office accommodation is arranged across two eight-storey and one seven-storey buildings with roof terraces.

Two of these buildings comprise steel frame structures with slim floor beams and composite deck floors, designed to allow for maximum flexibility for internal sub-division, with the structural steel required weighing in at 2,200 tonnes. The third building utilises a concrete frame with post-tensioned concrete floors, constructed over existing retained structures below ground level.


Residential

Three residential buildings; seven storeys in height, 10 storeys and the third a 23 storey feature tower at the north east corner of the site; were constructed from reinforced concrete frames with post-tensioned concrete floors. These buildings incorporate retail, café and community services facilities at ground level, and offer resident amenity services at first floor, including a gym, cinema room, conservatory, residents lounge and both business and management suites.

Finally, a three-storey pavilion building accommodates two restaurants which offer diners stunning views of the Liffey on one side and the new public square on the other.

Awards

Capital Dock’s stunning residential offering won ‘Housing Project of the Year’ at the 2019 Irish Building Design Awards (IBDA) and ‘Residential Project of the Year – Large’ at the 2019 Construction Industry Awards, before going on to win the ‘Residential’ award at the Irish Construction Excellence (ICE) Awards in 2020.

Client: Kennedy Wilson

Capital Dock

Clancy Quay overall winner of the Excellence in Placemaking Awards

We are delighted to see Clancy Quay, Kennedy Wilson’s 877-unit mixed use community in Dublin, being selected as the overall winner and Dublin’s best public/private sector project at the ULI Excellence in Placemaking Awards sponsored by CBRE Ireland.

Clancy Quay is one of the largest residential conservation projects ever undertaken in Ireland. Its mix of new-build townhouses, contemporary apartments blocks, and historic army barracks buildings gives the development a distinctive and unique identity, combining best-in-class conservation with 21st style architecture.

The project was also recognised for its active community and social program; varied and linked public spaces that create multiple options for residents; and for transforming what was predominantly a brown field site into a biodiverse community in the heart of Dublin.

Our team is proud to have provided full multidisciplinary engineering and health & safety co-ordination services for Kennedy Wilson.

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