27 MARCH 2017
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The first tenant to move into Dublin Airport’s new high-spec office building near Terminal 1. .
Workspace provider Regus, now operating from Skybridge House.
The airport authority over the past 12 months has completely overhauled the seven-storey 1960s structure, known originally as the TASC Building, to transform it into ultra-modern, Grade A accommodation.
It is immediately identifiable within the airport campus because of the iconic giant white sphere on its roof containing the radar equipment operated by Met Eireann, the Irish meteorological service.
Airport managing director Vincent Harrison said: “We have identified the need for easy access, high quality office accommodation and Regus can now offer this service to our business customers.”
Regus’ new business centre, which offers views across the airfield and North Dublin, can be used for any period from 1hr to a year or more and occupies three floors with modern and fully serviced office and co-working and meeting room spaces.
Country manager Gearoid Collins said: “With a sharp rise in passenger numbers, there is significant demand for flexible working space close to the airport and this development offers quick and easy access to high spec office accommodation only a short distance away.”
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