• 15 August 2015

New nursing home in Cappagh,

Planning permission has been granted by Fingal County Council for a new 90 bed nursing home at Heathfield, Cappagh.

This two storey purpose built facility will go some way towards addressing the chronic shortage of nursing home places in the capital at present. Detailed design for the facility is in progress and construction work is due to commence in the coming weeks.

Waterman Moylan is providing multi-discipline engineering services to the Client and is also acting as Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP). Our building services team is working closely with the future operator of the nursing home to develop the optimum servicing strategy for the facility.

The extensive experience of our engineers in the healthcare sector is proving to be of considerable benefit to the Client in developing the optimum solutions to ensure resident care can be provided in an efficient manner.

The project Architect is Hussey Architects.

For further details contact Joe Gibbons (j.gibbons@waterman-moylan.ie)

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