We’re delighted to showcase the all-new Premier Inn, located in the heart of Dublin on George’s Street, which has successfully reached completion. With an especially restricted site, we congratulate our team on achieving such high quality, preserving the integrity of the building, and applying the highest safety measures, to complete a fantastic project.
In an area of conservation, the facade has been beautifully protected and retained. And thanks to the skills of our digital construction team coordinating the completion of frame, envelope, services and finishes, and the quality of workmanship, this is a perfect example of how Elliott Group can deliver a complex project to the highest possible standards.
It’s been a pleasure to work with our partners; Greenleaf, Warren Private, i3PT, Buildcost, McCauley Dave O’Connell, Barret Mahony, iAcoustics, Renaissance Engineering and McGill Planning, with thanks to the full team for delivering a landmark feature for the Dublin cityscape.
Elliott Group joined in a Joint Venture with GEM Group to form GEMElliott Construciton Ltd and won this project though a competitive tender process.
This project consisted of the construction of a new 75 Bed Ward Block as an extension on to the existing live acute University Hospital Galway. All works that interfaced with the hospital were carried out under method statement and work permits. There were over 200 method statements issued on this project. We used an LOD 350 BIM model to coordinate the services even though it was not a contractual requirement. All M&E systems were agreed via technical submittal process. Workshops were held on all critical systems with the hospital maintenance and end user staff. Technical submitted on all packages on the project in order to ensure compliance with the works requirements. A sample/mock-up room was constructed at the start of the project in order to agree details, which was one of the key reason we achieved a very high quality finish on the project.
This project is a a fine example of our ability to work with many different stakeholders in a live acute hospital campus and successfully deliver an A2 BER building to the highest HTM complaint standards.