Titanic Quarter Infrastructure
Titanic Quarter Visions For A New City
Titanic Quarter occupies 75 hectares (185 acres) of land that was formerly part of the Harland & Wolff shipyard on Queen’s Island, Belfast. The scale of the site makes it one of the most significant waterfront regeneration opportunities in a major European City today.
Titanic Quarter is jointly promoted and developed via a public/private partnership between the Port of Belfast and Titanic Quarter Limited. Helping to recreate that Titanic entrepreneurial spirit is lead architect Eric Kuhne, whose practice CivicArt has master planned and designed major waterfront regeneration projects across four continents.
The site has been fully assembled and with Phase 1 already underway, the ambition is to create employment and residential space for over 35,000 people.This will include:The Gateway Office development The Abercorn Basin ARC development with up to 5,000 residential units Business, Office and R&D floor space. Commercial Development Opportunities. Leisure development including restaurants, hotels, cafes, bars and health and fitness clubs. Open -Access Next Generation Broadband Communications Infrastructure. The €105m NISP project which has already attracted investors such as Microsoft and Citigroup.The Belfast Institute Of Further & Higher Education Campus
Delap & Waller have been appointed as Building Services Engineers for the Site Infrastructure, ARC residential, Gateway Offices, Proni, and the original landmark Harland & Wolf design office where the Titanic was conceived