DATE: September 1, 2022
CLIENT: Ballymore Group
PROJECT TYPE: Lighting controls
CONTRACTOR: Winthrop Technologies (Dublin Landings 1 & 2), DMG Engineering (Dublin Landings 3)
Dublin Landings is in a league of its own and is the new commercial heart of the Irish capital. The project forms part of “Project Wave” in Dublin Docklands. It is a 65,000m² development consisting of commercial and residential spaces. The 2.35 hectare site, which wraps around the new headquarters of the Central Bank of Ireland, provides Grade A modern office space, with capacity for up to 5,500 employees.
Modula was delighted to work on this premium project by supplying and commissioning a fully addressable DALI lighting control system. The Helvar Digidim router system installed is fully networked to a head-end PC in each building. The system includes a network of occupancy sensors that switch lights off in areas not in use, with inbuilt daylight harvesting that allows internal lighting to dim as natural daylight enters through the building’s glass windows.
This intelligent lighting system not only delivers maximum energy efficiency, it also enhances the comfort and wellbeing of the people that now occupy the space.
The result is a truly modern office facility, with an emphasis on sustainability and energy efficiency, underwritten by LEED accreditation, ensuring occupiers such as Microsoft, A&L Goodbody and Hannover Re can minimise both operational costs and environmental impact.
Architect: RKD Architects
Consulting Engineer: Homan O’Brien