Dundrum Shopping Centre
Dundrum Town Centre Project
Mercury Engineering were contracted to work on the Dundrum Town Centre in Dublin 16, which was opened on 3 March 2005. Over 5,000 people queued in the main square that day for the grand opening of the new Town Centre.
Dundrum Town Centre is Ireland’s largest shopping centre with over 160 tenants, more than 80,000 square meters of floor space and over 3,400 car parking spaces. Since opening, over 70 million people have visited Dundrum Town Centre. Mercury completed the shell & core Electrical Services. Furthermore we carried out electrical and IT fit outs to many of the tenants in the Dundrum Shopping Centre.
- In 2011, DTC was awarded the county’s first Ecocert certification.
- By the end of 2009, Dundrum Town Centre had won 30 national and international awards since opening.
- In 2009, Dundrum Town Centre was awarded “Shopping Centre of the Year” for the third year running at the FBD Retail Excellence Awards, as voted by shopping centre retailers throughout Ireland.
- On Friday, 27 April 2007, Dundrum Town Centre was named as the ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centres) European Shopping Centre of the year for 2007 at their European conference in Warsaw. Shopping Centres throughout Europe were visited and judged as part of a rigorous adjudication system, which has as its criteria: Tenant Mix, Community Integration, Vision, Customer Service Ethos, Management Systems and Sustainability. From an initial list of 24, a short list of 3 were chosen, which included Shopping Centre Sello in Finland (84,000 sq m), Silesia City Centre, in Poland (65,000 sq m) and Dundrum Town Centre (79,000 sq m).
- 24 months
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