December 2019 News – Student Accommodation for UCC

Eoin Casey 2019 News

Works commenced in earnest in November 2019 on the Crow’s Nest site at Victoria Cross as Main Contractor Sisk gears up to begin construction on a new 254 bed student development for UCC. Site set-up and initial enabling works began to clear the site which was quickly followed by piling works and substructures commencing. Project Team leaders, McCullough Mulvin Architects, …

November 2019 News – Wynn Hotel

Eoin Casey 2019 News

BMP are currently working as Project Managers and Quantity Surveyors for the owner of Wynn Hotel on Abbey Street in Dublin. Wynn’s Hotel is almost an institution in Dublin, still operating as a hotel 150 years after its initiation, welcoming repeat visitors to see GAA finals, shows and special events, while many of the more famous Dublin hotels which existed …

October 2019 News – UCD Michael Tierney Building Fit-out

Eoin Casey 2019 News

Brendan Merry & Partners are delighted to continue providing Quantity Surveying services for the Refurbishment of the First Floor of the Michael Tierney Building in University College Dublin, Belfield. The refurbishment project involves the demolition of all partitions, floor finishes and ceiling finishes. A full new office fit for the Bursar, IT Services and Finance Departments has been constructed including …

September 2019 News – Grangegorman Lower House

Eoin Casey 2019 News

Following on from our update in January, we are delighted to see that the pace of progress on this project has been unrelenting. The project has now been successfully tendered and Purcell Construction have been tasked to carry out the works. This ambitious project, in conjunction with TU Dublin and the Grangegorman Development Agency, now embarks to restore the building …

August 2019 News – Trinity Arts Building Phase 2

Eoin Casey 2019 News

Trinity College Dublin have now completed their “refresh” works of the Arts Building within their campus which encompassed a series of practical interventions and alterations, all aimed at improving the working environment for students and staff alike. Due to the heavy use of the Arts Building it was necessary to break the works into two distinct phases which were executed …