CITY QUAY - DUBLIN
TIMBERIRELAND PRODUCT CASE STUDY
Architect: KMD Architecture
PURADECK – SLATE GREY
Irish Life, 24-26 City Quay, Dublin 2
This project comprised of a CAT A refurbishment and extension of 24 – 26 City Quay. The building was occupied for the duration of the project with two floors initially, later increasing to three floors.
Strip out and refurbishment of the main double height reception on the ground floor, including the provision of new floor and ceilings finishes, new wall finishes to selected areas, associated M&E, security turnstiles, provision of new ramp access and associated balustrading, repairs to the existing cladding, new furniture items including reception desk and canopy/waiting areas and new feature walls.
Complete strip out and refurbishment of the main office spaces on the ground, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors to receive full CAT A fit out consisting of new raised access flooring, ceiling finishes of metal suspended tile and plasterboard bulkhead, new mechanical and electrical installations, along with the strip out and refurbishment of the existing lifts, lift reveals/lobbies, toilet cores and stair cores to all levels.
The provision of a temporary Satellite Platform to the existing roof to house neighbouring broadcasting satellite dishes to facilitate commencement of extension works.
Works to the occupied 1st floor consisted generally of fire upgrades to the existing fire shutters, existing fire windows overlooking the reception, complete refurbishment of the existing toilet core, lift reveals, new lobby to Stairs 3 and replacement roof and decking works to external terraces.
Refurbishment of the second floor similar to upper floors, however, works to the second floor were only be completed when Tenant 2 vacated the space and took occupation of the 3rd floor.
Construction of new shower block facility in the basement following installation of the new mechanical plant at roof level.
Colour: Slate Grey
Product: PURA Deck Range
Also available in Charcoal, Walnut, Oak & Silver Ash.
Location: City Quay, Dublin 2
All images courtesy of MAC-GROUP and KMD Architecture