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Capital Docks – 24000m2 of Hollowcore Flooring.

Sector: Residential,Commercial
Contractor: John Sisk and Sons
Architect: O’Mahony Pike
Engineer: Waterman Moylan
Units: 24,000m2 of Hollowcore Flooring on Steel Frame

rish contractor John Sisk & Son is involved in this build of a 660,000sq ft mixed-use development at Capital Dock, a prime waterfront site in Dublin’s south docklands. This will be one of Ireland’s Tallest Building where Flood Precast has been involved in the design, manufacture and supply of 24000m2 of Hollowcore flooring which is sitting onto the building’s steel frame.

The 4.8-acre site is due to accommodate offices, retail and leisure, and a 23-storey residential tower that overlooks the point where the Liffey meets Grand Canal Dock.

Please see link here on an overview of the building works back in March 2017.

The development will see 313,000 square feet of office space across three buildings, as well as 204 ‘family’ residential units across two buildings – one of which will incorporate a 19-storey tower. It will also include a 1.5 acre landscaped public park and square, designated cultural space, and retail and leisure facilities.  Delivery of the office element of the scheme is expected by mid-2017 with the residential element due for completion in early 2018.