12 Windsor Place, Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin 2
Civic Buildings & Spaces:
DUNDRUM GARDA STATION – PHASE 2
Architect: Mahoney Architecture
We were appointed by the Office of Public Works as the Civil and Structural Consulting Engineers to Phase 2 of the refurbishment and extension of the existing Garda Station in Dundrum in 2012. The objective of this project was to provide suitable modern facilities for the operation and administration of An Garda Síochána in Dundrum Garda Station. The development is within the curtilage of a Protected Structure (Dundrum Courthouse) and includes the refurbishment of the existing two storey Garda Station and the design and construction of a new 2 to 3 storey extension.
OTHER GARDA STATIONS
ENNISTYMON GARDA STATION
NAAS GARDA STATION
SITE DEVELOPMENT WORKS TO TRIM GARDA STATION
STORE STREET GARDA STATION
RETRACTABLE UMBRELLAS, TEMPLE BAR
Architect: Sean Harrington Architects
This unique project involved the installation of four fully retractable umbrellas into Meeting House Square in Temple Bar. This innovative design by Sean Harrington Architects comprises four 21-metre high structural steel structures, which supports an asymmetric umbrella, measuring approximately 11-metres by 14-metres. The umbrellas were designed and manufactured by MDT-Tex in Germany specifically for Meeting House Square and provide the Square with the maximum amount of protection from the rain. Fearon O’Neill Rooney were responsible for the underground Civil Engineering Works for the project including the design of the piled foundations for the four umbrellas.
THE PRINTWORKS CONFERENCE CENTRE, DUBLIN CASTLE
Architect: The Office of Public Works
The Printworks Conference Centre, Dublin Castle involved the refurbishment of an existing four-storey over basement building, known as the Stamping Building in the Lower Court Yard of Dublin Castle and included a new external podium and entrance steps into the building, modification of the Ground Floor internal spaces to provide a new foyer, kitchen, cloakroom and sanitary facilities and to refurbish the interior of the old ground floor printing works for use as a main conference space during Ireland’s Presidency of the Council of European Union.