Lismullin School of Culinary and Home Arts, Meath.

Lismullin Hospitality Services Centre has expanded its range of training and hospitality services to include a Culinary Training facility which can cater of 24 students at any one time. The project was co-financed by Meath Partnership through the Irish Department of Environment, Community and Local Government.

Project Details

This project was tendered and competitively won through a public procurement process. The project consists of building an extension to the existing facility with a link corridor which also acted as a service link between both buildings. The existing facility was completely operational through out the construction period which had added restrictions in terms of working hours, noise dust and Health & Safety. The new Training Kitchens provides 1 teacher/demo and 12 student cooking stations. All materials specified on this project needed to be of a robust nature due to the end user requirements. All kitchen units were Formica, walls had washable paint applied, Frobo flooring was used through out and all ceilings were painted MF. The plant room is located in the attic space and all pipework is concealed in the floor. A great deal of coordination went into ensuring that all services were neatly presented and very user friendly.

This project was delivered without incident and clearly demonstrates our teams ability to deliver a high specification to the highest possible standard.

Design Team, Client & Value

Client: Lismullin Hospitality Services Ltd

Architect: Noonan Mornan

Quantity Surveyor: JC Hogan & Sons

M&E Engineer: O’Connor Sutton Cronin

Civil & Structural Engineer: O’Connor Sutton Cronin

Value: €390,000

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