This was a public - private partnership (PPP) which is a government service business venture funded and operated through a partnership of government and one or more private sector companies.
BAM Construction where awarded Bundle 3 of the schools packages from the Department of Education & The National Development Finance Agency (NDFA).
The Office of Public Works, Dublin North City Architects engaged The Roof Centre to provide an ECO friendly roof refurbishment system for the East and West Wings of The Custom House.
The building is the head office for the Department of Environment who had decided to upgrade the roof prior to installation of Photovoltaic Panels.
The development comprises an L-shaped building of 3,000 sq.m, a laboratory wing and an administration wing joined at a glazed central concourse.
The roof top plant room is clad in an aluminium louvre system to give a consistent appearance and high quality finish. The flat roof and internal floor of the plantroom is weathered with an IKO Warm Roof System.
The Energy Centre will provide housing for ESB, MV & LV Switch rooms & Communication Servers for the new D.I.T campus at Grangegorman.
Known to generate heat these buildings must be retained at controlled temperatures with roof mounted AHU's. To reduce the energy consumption and stress on the units DMOD Architects specified the IKO Cool Roof System.
DLRS Group is a member of the Smurfit Kappa Group; with their security concept are the largest in Ireland.
The Roof Centre Ltd along with Knapton Engineering produced an IKO Specification and specific weathering details to recover the roof whilst the facility remained fully operational.
The OPW Architects engaged The Roof Centre Ltd to produce weathering specifications and details for this roof refurbishment.
Due to the complexity of the interface junctions with existing buildings and inverted Roof System was chosen for the flat surface and IKO Warm roof system to the sloped roofs.
The project involved the removal of a 10 year old membrane system and replacement with New IKO system to the secondary school roof.
The junior school roof to the rear consisted of asbestos sheeting which was also removed and replaced with Kingzip Merlin grey Panel.
This development was Purpose built by Shannon Homes to a very high standard and excellent specification & design.
Situated on St.Raphaela's Road, off Upper Kilmacud Road in mature residential location between Stillorgan Village & Sandyford / Dundrum.