This project involved the refurbishment and alterations to a number of existing historic residences located within the University of Dublin Trinity College.
The existing buildings consist of a number of houses which are used by the university as accommodation for students. These consist of houses 38 and 40. The accommodation is divided into apartments within each house. For the duration of the works the houses were not occupied however they were in close proximity to existing live buildings and access routes.
House 39 the School of Law building was occupied by staff throughout the project with activities continuing as normal. Works included the construction of a communications room and this was carried out in close coordination with the Client Project Manager to ensure minimal disruption to the buildings users.
|Client:||University of Dublin Trinity College|
|Architects:||Moloney O’Beirne Architects|
|Quantity Surveyor:||Brendan Merry & Partners|
|Structural Engineer:||Fitzsimons Doyle & Associates|
|Service Engineer:||McCardle McSweeney Consulting Engineers|