Poetry in Dublin’s Dockland area
Just like it’s namesake the Samuel Beckett Bridge is pure poetry in motion.
When you next visit Dublin’s Docklands take time out to stride across the cable-stayed walkway of the impressive Samuel Beckett Bridge. Joining Sir John Rogerson’s Quay on the south side of the River Liffey to Guild Street and North Wall Quay in the Docklands area this is a project that SDG proudly worked on back in 2009.
It may be a while back now but just like the avant-garde novelist and playwright the work and design of this movable bridge is still as captivating today. The unique shape of the spar and its cables will forever evoke the image of the Irish national symbol, the harp.
Take a look across the river and you will identify the unique shape of the Convention Centre, Dublin. A fascinating building that became the first carbon neutral convention centre in the world when it opened back in 2010. SDG worked with John Sisks to supply Mechanical Movement Joints for this ground breaking building in the heart of the Dublin Docklands.
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