Carlisle Pier

The project involved the demolition and site clearance of approx. 4,000m2 of steel framed warehouse structures and two-storey timber and masonry office/terminal buildings at Carlisle Pier, Dun Laoghaire Harbour.

Project Details
  • Client

    Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company

Our Waterman Moylan team was appointed as Project Manager and as part of the PSDP team to plan and manage the demolition of the derelict ferry terminal buildings which had been disused for some time.

The demolition included removal of structures cantilevered off the edge of the pier and over the water and the careful disposal of the asbestos sheeting that the buildings were currently clad, in accordance with the specified regulations.

The team were also responsible for managing the procurement process in accordance with public procurement procedures, including prequalification of contractors and adoption of the GCCC contract for minor Building Works and Civil Engineering Works.

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