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UCC Student Hub

This project comprised of the construction of a new six storey Student Hub Building within the university campus. The building is used to provide student and administrative services and flexible learning spaces. The works involved demolitions, alterations and extensions to the existing Windle Building, the removal of some existing car parking spaces and new hard and soft landscaping.

Project Address: University College Cork, College Road, Cork

Location: Munster

Sector: Education

Products Used:

Ready-Mixed Concrete

Bulk Aggregates 

Concrete Blocks 

Contractor: JJ Rhatigan Building Contractors

Architect: O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

Consulting Engineers: Horgan Lynch 

Client: University College Cork

Year of Completion: 2020

Photo credit: MichaelConlonPhotography.com

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Brewery Quarter Student Accommodation

Development of student accommodation, mixed use office and retail over a single storey basement on the Brewery Quarter site in Cork City. 

Project Address: South Main Street, Brewery Quarter, Cork

Location: Munster 

Sector: Education

Products Used:

KPRO Masonry Coloured Mortar

KPRO M4 Masonry Mortar

Ready-mixed Concrete

Architect: Scott Tallon Walker

Contractor: BAM Contractors

Structural Engineer: MMOS Engineers

Client: BAM Property/ GSA

Year of Completion: 2020

Perrott's Inch Bridge, Cork

Kilsaran Products Featured:

 
Concrete
  •  Readymix Concrete
 

Kilsaran were delighted to win a Concrete Society Award for the Perrott’s Inch Bridge project on the University College Cork campus at the Annual Irish Concrete Society Awards.

25 projects were entered into this year’s main awards with strong entries in all three categories for infrastructure, building and elemental. The Perrott’s Inch Bridge project won the overall winner award on the night, as well as winning the elemental category.

This modern day sculpture designed by O’Donnell + Tuomey highlights the plasticity of Kilsaran concrete to create elegant forms in the differing conditions at each side of the bridge.

This project is an integral component of the University Environmental Development Plan and a delightful addition to the banks of the Lee, facilitating pedestrian connectivity across the river within the #UCC campus.

 

A meticulously detailed larch and jatoba timber bridging structure spans the 27 meter river bed resting lightly on two special finish concrete abutments.

 
These concrete abutments are modelled to provide steps, ramps, walls and seats. Applied finishing techniques- sandblasting, grinding, polishing and trowelling- bring special finishes to this everyday material. 
 
– O’Donnell + Tuomey
 

Sector  Public

Engineer Horganlynch

Architect  O’Donnell + Tuomey

Contractor L & M Keating

Date 2018

 Awards:

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