• 18 September 2017

Works commence on Block 2 of the Clongriffin development

We are pleased to announce that the piling work for the foundations has commenced on Block 2 of the Clongriffin development in North Dublin.

The five-storey, 84-unit apartment scheme is located next to Clongriffin Town Centre, and will include two retail units at street level, fronting onto Main Street, with excellent public transport links as a result of its prime location being adjacent to the Clongriffin Dart Station and Dublin bus terminus.

Our Waterman Moylan team is providing multi-discipline engineering services as part of the Gannon Homes team on this project, working alongside Main Contractor, GEM Construction, who have been awarded the contract.

Damien Kelly, Senior Structures Engineer at Waterman Moylan, commented; “We are delighted to see work starting on site as a lot of effort has gone into the planning of the building to optimise the development cost. One of the biggest challenges was posed by the ground conditions, which are variable across the building footprint, resulting in a fully piled solution has being adopted to minimize the potential for differential settlement of the structural frame.

For more details on the Clongriffin Development, click here.

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