Dublin Airport was among the winners at the 2016 IAA Aviation Industry Awards held this week.
The airport took the Environmental & Sustainability Award for its sustained work in implementing a range of energy saving measures over the last four years.
This year has seen Dublin Airport comfortably exceed its 33% energy reduction target, achieving a 44.8% cut – the best of any public sector body in the country.
The award was accepted on Dublin Airport’s behalf by Martin McGonagle, Head of Asset Care Campus, at a gala event in the Clayton Hotel.
The Airport Hospitality Provider Award went to Marqette, Dublin Airport, and was accepted by Michael Thornton.
Pictured: Dublin Airport Environmental and Sustainability team members. Seated Neil Moran, Head of Asset Care Terminals; Martin McGonagle, Head of Asset Care Campus; Des Swale, Asset Management Co-ordinator; Colm Carmody, Energy Project Officer
Standing James Daly, Energy Analyst; Mick Goodman, Utilities Infrastructure Manager; Mark Lacey, Energy Technical Support; Cillin McCann, Airside Works Co-ordinator; Sean MacKessy, Airfield Supervisor.