By Mark Cawthon-MillsThe Irish TimesMarch 25, 2019 8:16:12By Mark CowthonMoulders and workers are busy making moulds for the concrete-lined, mould-free paintball field.
The field is made of concrete, which is moulded into a sphere.
A wooden frame surrounds it and an enclosed enclosure is attached to the outside of the field, while the inside is painted white.
The fields dimensions are around three metres by three metres.
It is an ambitious project.
The facility will be built on a 25-hectare plot of land, located in a suburb of Dublin.
The land is available in large lots for sale.
The land, which sits in the middle of the city, is not only small but also very rural.
This means it is not easily accessible by road, but it has a strong network of motorways.
The local authorities have asked for an environmental assessment to enable them to apply for the building permit.
It will be a privately-owned business, and it will operate on a small scale.
The site has been empty since 2015.
The project is an attempt to create a large-scale recreational facility for the sport, but the area around the field is already occupied by a local skate park.
It has an open space for skateboarding and a large waterpark, as well as a large outdoor gym and playground.
The area around Paintball Grounds is also home to many recreational and business owners.
There are also a number of skate parks in the area.
The city of Dublin, which has a population of about 4.2 million, is one of the largest in the world.
There is a big potential to build an arena here.
Paintball is one sport which can be played in a large space, but a smaller facility will provide more spectator options.
Paintball has grown in popularity in recent years.
The sport has grown rapidly, with around 200,000 teams competing in various national and international competitions.
The number of players is increasing every year, with the number of people playing regularly increasing as well.
A number of sports are competing for the attention of the public, and Paintball will have a great potential to attract people to the sport.
The venue has been approved by the Dublin City Council and the council has also provided a grant of €15,000 for the project.