Kent Dubline Wayfinding


 Pictured above from Left to Right, at the launch of the Dubline Project: Bruce Philips (Dublin City Council), Pat Kent (Chairman, Kent Stainless), Críona Ní Dhálaigh (Lord Mayor of Dublin), Ann O'Brien (MD, Kent Stainless), Shane Curtin (Marketing Director, Kent Stainless) and Noel-John McLoughlin (Failte Ireland).


 The “Dubline” Project started in 2011. It began when Dublin City Council teamed up with FáiIte Ireland with the aim to create historical journey from College Green to Kilmainham in Dublin City Centre. Dublin historical value has been lost for the last couple of decades; this project aims to reinvigorate the rich history of the city.

Kent Stainless became involved in this project when they were commissioned by the Dublin City Council to design and manufacture bespoke way finding monoliths. These are known as the Kent Dubline Wayfinding Monoliths. Each monolith features a map of the “Dubline” route and historical information of the area. We are very delighted to be a part of this project and be able to help the users navigate and understand their journey.

For more information about the monoliths, please click here.