Timelapse project:

Walls Construction is one of Ireland’s leading construction companies for the last 72 years. 

The company is constructing a stunning new 30-meter link bridge connecting the Central Bank of Ireland office on North Wall Quay to their new Dublin Landings building. The steel-framed temporary structure has provided support and access for the complex bridge steel and glass installation. It has also allowed the bridge construction to progress whilst safely maintaining emergency egress and fire tender routes. Spanning 30m long, 12m wide, and 6m above the podium slab, the temporary steel-framed crash deck is required to maintain fire tender access and emergency egress paths from the live Central Bank. 

The steel & timber from this temporary structure will be re-used on another major Walls Construction Limited city-centre development in a bid to reduce waste as part of Walls Construction Ltd  2025 Roadmap.

The Central Bank Bridge
Central Bank Bridge

One construction camera has been set up on-site to capture the installation of a 30m glass bridge connecting two buildings together and monitor the progress.

Swipe from Left to Right to view the Construction progress from June 2021 to Mar 2022.

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