Commercial

  • Santry Sports Clinic

  • Tallaght Exchange Hall

  • Elm Park, Dublin

  • Malt House, Dublin 2

    An additional floor was added to 1 Grand Canal Quay at 7th floor level whilst the building remained fully occupied. The existing 6th floor was also refurbished to tie in with the new development on the 7th floor. Working next to the busy live DART line the decisions was taken to manufacture the end bay on the ground and lift it onto preinstalled stub foundations at 6th floor level during a six-hour night-time railway possession. The main challenge for this development was to construct in 2 months an additional floor beside a ‘LIVE’ Railway line and adjacent to a busy Pedestrian/Cycle route over an occupied multi-tenant office but this was achieved in the agreed time-frame.

  • Campshires, Dublin 2

    This former marine warehouse (originally built for loading cattle in 1800’s) was converted into a stunning contemporary office development with panoramic views of the North Quays in Dublin. A mezzanine floor was introduced by raising the roof and introducing a clear storey window and skylights. A combination of restoration, conservation and contemporary design produced circa 4000 ft² of prime workspace on the South Quays with the 8m long by 5m high solid oak doors automated for ease of use. The glass balustrade to the River’s edge doubles as part of the new flood defence on this part of the River Liffey. Refurbishing the existing ironmongery and fixing onto new solid oak shutters gives the front elevation of this Campshires building back its unique character.

  • Canada House, Dublin

    This project comprises of a 6 storey office building over a double basement car park and plant rooms. Built with in-situ concrete and post tensioned floor slabs MBM produced 7000m² of bright open plan office space. LEED Gold Building standard was achieved in Dublin for the first time using sustainable materials and efficient building techniques. Situated on the old Canada House plot, this busy City Centre site is located at the junction of St. Stephen’s Green and Earlsfort Terrace. Logistic Plans and noise mitigation measures were put in place to ensure minimal disruption to local offices and a nearby hotel.
    This High-Quality office space set a record for rental income in Dublin at the time.