Residential

Residential

New Priory, Donaghmede, Dublin 13

New Priory, Donaghmede, Dublin 13

The 187 existing apartments and associated common areas located within 20 Blocks at Priory Hall were stripped back to the original concrete frame. Remedial works were undertaken to the existing concrete frame, the structure was validated and used as the base for the New Priory development.

The apartments within the New Priory Development feature high quality finishes both internally and externally with a traditional brick main elevation with a rendered finish to the penthouse units. Heating is provided via gas fired central heating and radiators. The electrical systems include fire alarm systems, energy efficient LED lighting general service installations. This fit out included the installation of a fire safety system fully compliant with TGD Part B of the Building Regulations.

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St. Helenas Drive, Finglas, Dublin 11

St. Helenas Drive, Finglas, Dublin 11

The development comprises 40 new homes, with a mix of two and three bedroom house types. They are constructed using partial off site construction for social housing ensuring significant shortening of overall build times for the project, with this project being completed in 11-12 months compared to 20-24 months for a traditionally built scheme. Offsite construction permitted large sections of the build to take place in parallel rather than in sequence, and in addition, a higher level of quality control was achieved due to factory controlled conditions.

The main structure comprises a light gauge steel frame, which is manufactured as panels off site and then brought to site for assembly. The houses feature high quality finishes externally, with a traditional brick main elevation, rendered finish block to side and rear, with a private rear garden. Triple glazed thermally broken Alu-clad timber windows and external doors are provided as standard. Internally the accommodation includes on the ground floor a recessed entrance, entrance hall, WC, kitchen to front with utility, and living/dining room to the rear. The first floor layout features two or three bedroom layouts depending on the house type, with a central bath room and hot press. Heating is by gas fired central heating and radiators. ‘Photovoltaic’ (PV) solar panels have been installed to the roof and will contribute to the reduction of electricity consumption.

The houses are A3 energy rated, and are built to a standard fully compliant or in excess of current building regulations. They are also fully compliant with Development Plan and Department of the Environment space standards and are suitable as standard Dublin City Council housing stock.

Mourne Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12

Mourne Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12

The development comprises 29 new homes, with a mix of two and three bedroom house types. They are constructed using partial off site construction for social housing ensuring significant shortening of overall build times for the project, with this project being completed in 11-12 months compared to 20-24 months for a traditionally built scheme. Offsite construction permitted large sections of the build to take place in parallel rather than in sequence, and in addition, a higher level of quality control was achieved due to factory controlled conditions.

The main structure comprises a light gauge steel frame, which is manufactured as panels off site and then brought to site for assembly. The houses feature high quality finishes externally, with a traditional brick main elevation, rendered finish block to side and rear, with a private rear garden. Triple glazed thermally broken Alu-clad timber windows and external doors are provided as standard. Internally the accommodation includes on the ground floor a recessed entrance, entrance hall, WC, kitchen to front with utility, and living/dining room to the rear. The first floor layout features two or three bedroom layouts depending on the house type, with a central bath room and hot press. Heating is by gas fired central heating and radiators. ‘Photovoltaic’ (PV) solar panels have been installed to the roof and will contribute to the reduction of electricity consumption.

The houses are A3 energy rated, and are built to a standard fully compliant or in excess of current building regulations. They are also fully compliant with Development Plan and Department of the Environment space standards and are suitable as standard Dublin City Council housing stock

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