Croke Park – Dublin

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Croke Park – Where Sporting and Engineering Excellence meet


For over a hundred years, Croke Park has been used as the headquarters to the ruling body of Irish Football, the GAA.

The stadium was re-developed over a 12 year period between 1993 to 2005 without disruption to the playing of any All Ireland Finals to a final seating capacity of 82,300 people, making it the 3rd largest stadium in Europe behind the Nou Camp in Barcelona and Wembley Stadium in London.
Eurofluid advised the design team on the selection and then supply of a cost effective and sustainable pressurised hot water generation package for general and showering/changing areas & coupled to an innovative piping arrangement to accommodate an alternate power source in the unlikely event of main source failure.

Eurofluid were also involved in the pumping equipment for the pitch irrigation system, using rainwater collected from the roof surface area and stored in central underground tanks before distribution through a sprinkler system.

  • ACV E-Tech W Electric Water Heaters
  • ACV Heatmaster Direct Fired Water Heaters & Smartline Calorifiers
  • Reflex Expansion Vessels
  • Europak Hot, Cold, Mains Water & Fire Fighting Booster Sets
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