Retail and Office

Corby Rock Mills, Monaghan - New Office Block

Client: Corby Rock Mills
Architect: CS Pringles
Contract Value: €1m
Contract Period: March 2016—October 2016

Description:
Construction of a vertical extension to Corby Rock Mill offices in Monaghan town. Two storeys were added above the existing ground floor premises. The remaining adjoining buildings and compound remained in operation throughout construction so health and safety and continued compliance with the factories food grade standards were of the utmost importance.
The construction consisted of a masonry steel structure with Kingspan roof and wall cladding.

 

Moriarty's Super Valu, Skerries

Client: Moriarty Group
Architect: Terry Woods Architect
Contract Value: €1.2m
Contract Period: September 2016 — March 2017 (phase 1)

Description:
Extension to the side of an existing and live Super Valu premises in Skerries, County Dublin. The project also included demolition of existing terrace housing and shops.
The building remained live thoughout construction and the boundary of the site and shop continously moved throughout its phases. As a result health and safety and environmental control were of massive importance.
The construction included steel structure, curtain walls & brick exterior.

Castleblayney Town Centre, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan

Client: Jim McConnon
Architect: Van Dijk Architects
Contract Value: €11.2m
Contract Period: February 2008—March 2009

Description:
Demolition of old derelict building. Construction of a new five storey shopping centre consisting off, two underground car parks, two storeys of retail outlets and one storey of offices. Works also included all electrical & mechanical services plus all associated site works, The works include steel piles to the front of the building. The piles were carefully hammered into the effected ground and care was taking to adjoining propertys. All tests were carried out and the work was completed to a high standard.

Mallons Shopping Centre Castleblayney Co.Monaghan 

Client: Seamus Mallon
Architect: Maceo Design & Management
Contract Value: €8m
Contract Period: May 2007—October 2008

Description:
Demolition of existing derelict buildings and surrounding high walls. Reconstruct new 2 storey shopping centre with apartments on roof level, plus office fit out and all associated site works. The project also included the construction of a new car park and access road.

Blackrock Mixed Build Development Co. Louth

Client: Brian McQuillan
Architect: Pauric McKevitt Architects
Contract Value: €1m
Contract Period: June 2008 - July 2010

Description:
Demolition of an existing derelict building and construction of a new 3 storey mixed development consisting of pharmacy outlet, medical centre and offices.
Underpinning and piled foundation works were carried out on a confined site with an enclosed back garden, existing buildings on both sides and a busy main street to the front of the site. Full pedestrian traffic was facilitated throughout development period by means of a protected covered hoarding on interface with public road area.

Old Cross Square, Monaghan Town 

Client: Terence Clerkin
Architect: CS Pringles
Contract Value: €2m
Contract Period: June 2006 - December 2008

Description:
The construction was a steel framed structure on deep trench foundations with reinforced concrete floor slabs and concrete block walls. The site contained existing delapidated properties that had to be demolished and disposed of accordingly.
The building was finished to a very high standard, complete with lifts, offices, conference rooms, toilets, reception areas, shops and all associated access.

Ballsgrove Community Centre Drogheda, Co.Louth

Client: Fr. Bradley
Architect: Sean Savage Cooney Design
Contract Value: €500k
Contract Period: September 2007 - September 2008

Description:
Part demolition of existing community centre, reconstruct new single storey extension. Work also included construction of new entrance & car park facilities plus all associated site works.