O’Connor Sutton Cronin are thrilled to be a member of the team appointed by Transport Infrastructure Ireland to deliver the Client Partner services for the MetroLink project.
Our team is led by Turner & Townsend and we will support WSP along with Mace and PwC Ireland. Being headquartered on the northside of Dublin we have seen the transformative impact the Luas Cross City has had on the Grangegorman area and we are proud that our local knowledge and Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Sustainability Engineering expertise will play a part in the largest single public transport project ever undertaken in Ireland’s history.
Aidan Foley, MetroLink Project Director, Transport Infrastructure Ireland said: “The appointment of Turner & Townsend, WSP supported by O’Connor Sutton Cronin, Mace and PwC to the role of Client Partner represents a key milestone in the development of the MetroLink project and underlines the Irish State’s commitment to delivering this much-needed project. The successful delivery of MetroLink is essential if Dublin is to have a fully integrated public transport system. “We believe the terms of engagement through the NEC4 professional services contract represent a real opportunity to work collaboratively and productively towards achieving our shared project goals. We are looking forward to working closely with our new colleagues to advance the project through the next stage of its development.”
We are proud to be involved in this project that supports the advancement of Ireland to a low-emissions transport system while contributing to the country’s sustainable economic development and population growth.