Lissanalta House,
Dooradoyle, Limerick.

This project involved the demolition of an existing warehouse and the construction of a major civic office for Limerick County Council on a campus site within 500 metres of County Hall and Dooradoyle Central Library.

Project Details

The main building comprises two store’s providing 4,500 m², which accommodates six key local authority services.

  • Library Headquarters and Limerick
  • Studies Collection
  • Mid West Regional Roads Design Office
  • Environmental Laboratory and Motor
  • Taxation Office
  • County Enterprise Board
  • Waste Management — Water Services

The overall concept was to establish a building form which minimizes the scale of the building relative to the surrounding developments, which are predominantly residential. The building is of concrete construction and is clad in terracotta cladding with large areas of high performance glazing. The roof is of steel construction with expressed steel supports in certain areas. Landscaping, water features and hard surface finishes combine to unify the building with the site and its surroundings.

This building is an example of the wealth of experience held by the staff at Elliott Group, our staff understand the build, design and the high standard of work that a building of this architecture requires. This building won a National Award from Gypsum Industries for the innovative use of plasterboard in ceiling design.

Design Team, Client & Value

Client: Limerick County Council

Architect: Healy & Partners Architects

Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Bermingham & Associates

M&E Engineer: ARUP Consulting Engineers

Civil & Structural Engineer: ARUP Consulting Engineers

Value: €10,500,00

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