Dublin Airport Authority is seeking a multi-disciplinary team to create a new strategic masterplan for its 1,000 hectare site
The winning team will investigate how current and future demands can be met using the airfield’s existing single runway.
Looking forward to the facility’s 100th year in 2040 – the masterplan will also cover long-term plans to create a new parallel runway for the airport which recently saw passenger levels recover to pre-downturn levels.
Located around 10km north of Dublin, the airport’s original terminal building (pictured) – designed by Desmond FitzGerald – first opened to passengers in 1940.
A second facility – dubbed Terminal 1 – opened in 1972 and Pascall+Watson completed a new €600 million Terminal 2 at the airport five years ago.
Annual passenger numbers dropped to 19 million in 2012 but have now reached 23.5 million, breaking a previous record set in 2008.
The increase follows the opening of five new long-haul services and 18 new short-haul routes from the airport this year.
The deadline for applications is 3pm on 11 January.
How to apply
View the contract notice for more information
Tel: + 353 01 8145495