precast concrete floor slab structure

Precast Concrete Floor Slab Structure used for new Munster Primary Care Centre

Main Contractors MMD and Walls worked in partnership on this project. Flood Precast provided precast floors and precast stairs. The main development was In-situ RC columns and beams with precast concrete floor slab structure with external blockwork walls.

This was an extremely business and active site as the works are being carried out on an active hospital, therefore hospital activities must remain uninterrupted at all times during the works.

Commencement of building works started on 26th September 2016. PCC is being built directly by the HSE and is the first of its kind in Ireland.  The centre will include a dedicated space for local GPs.  The state-of-the-art building will provide accommodation for both GPs and HSE staff to work together as a team in one Primary Care setting to meet the health needs of up to 40,000 people in the locality.   The Centre will be home to a range of services including: GPs, Public Health and Community Nursing, Home Support, Physiotherapy, Speech & Language Therapy, along with Occupational Therapy, Dietician, Podiatry, Psychology, Counselling, Eye Clinic, Immunisation, Mental Health Teams and the Home-based Crisis Team, Community Workers and some other services

Client: Walls/MMD Construction J.V.

Architect: Avanti

Engineer: MRG

Products: 1,000m2 of 150mm Hollowcore, 4,500m2 of 100mm Flood Wideslab and 14no Precast Stairs

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Damien Farrell

Damien Farrell

Damien graduated from Athlone Institute of Technology in 2003 with a Honors degree in Manufacturing Engineering and has worked for Flood Precast since 2004. He worked in our Manufacturing Plant on Quality control from 2004 -2005 and then took up a position as Irish Sales/Contracts manager.

Contact Damien for projects in Ireland. Email damien.farrell@floodprecast.ie
Damien Farrell