IHREC Dublin

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission is Ireland’s national human rights and equality institution, with a purpose is to protect and promote human rights and equality in Ireland and build a culture of respect for human rights, equality and intercultural understanding in the State.

Refurbishment and fit-out of an existing multi-story office m,development, comprising of the complete strip out of the ground, ,first and third floors ,including the complete refurbishment of the mechanical and electrical servicing and works to the external fabric.

The new office fit-out included the installation of new partitions, folding partitions, double glazed partitions and associated glazed m,and solid core timber doors, frame sets and ironmongery along with the supply and installation of fixed furniture such as reception desks, storage units and canteen fittings. All existing tenant occupied bathrooms were refurbished including new sanitary ware and new wall and floor finishes.

On completion of the ground and first floor, the Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission were relocated to these floors whilst works was carried out to the third floor. Maintaining continuity of the client was of paramount importance for the duration of the contract.

 

Client: IHREC

Location: Dublin, Ireland

Size: 16,000 sq ft

Duration: 12 weeks

Testimonials

they were very effective in managing communications with
the client and a range of affected stakeholders within the
wider building…. They managed a very onerous set of landlord
procedures and maintained good relations…

Brian Gavigan, DMOD