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March 2017 – 820 Construction Projects Commence

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Analysis of Construction Projects Commenced during March 2017

  Sector   Total     Largest Project Commenced
  Agriculture   17   €2.1 M – Agricultural Development in Aglish, Co. Waterford
  Civil   11   €6.7 M – Dublin Airport Authority Extension
  Commercial 36   €39 M – Office Extension IDA Technology Park Waterford
  Education 28   €2.9 M – School Development Cosmona, Co. Galway
  Industrial 19   €11 M – Celtic Pure Factory Extension, Co. Monaghan
  Medical 11   €7.3 M – Bon Secours Care Village Extension, Co. Cork
  Residential 51   €100 M – Mixed Development in Carrigaline, Co. Cork
  Self-Build 637   450 Sq M – House & Garage Development in Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo
  Social 10   €2.2 M – Parish Church Extension in Kilternan, Co. Dublin

 

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Locations of largest commencements by sector – March 2017

March 2017 Construction Projects Largest

Pre-Planning Notice – €25m Gas Pipeline Link in Co. Wexford

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Gas Networks Ireland to carry out work on a €25 million plan to bring gas to Wexford

Description: Irish Water has teamed up with Gas Networks Ireland to carry out work on a €25 million plan to bring gas to Wexford.

Work on the Wexford Town Gas and Water Project will begin on 12 September.

Gas Networks Ireland

Phase 1 works will run from September until early 2017, with Phase 2 expected to commence mid-2017.

Phase 1 of the project will see approximately 14km of gas pipelines constructed within the town.

Phase 2 will see building out a further 13km of gas pipelines around the town.

Applicant
Gas Networks Ireland
St. Margarets Road
Finglas
Dublin 11
01 8926000 | businesslink@gasnetworks.ie | www.gasnetworks.ie

Over 200 €1m+ Building Projects Granted During Q2 2015

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Building Projects in all construction sectors

The image below shows the geographical distribution of 212 Building Projects in the Republic of Ireland valued in excess of €1m that received planning permissions granted during Q2 of this year.  Each of the icons on the map represents the broad sector that each project falls into.  All main construction sectors are represented including Residential, Medical, Commercial and Retail, Industrial, Civil, Education and Social. An interesting observation is the absence of high value granted permissions in counties Clare, Leitrim, Cavan and Wexford and conversely the density of projects in the greater Dublin region.

€1m Building Projects

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Civil Construction – €1.1m Kent Station Development in Co. Cork

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Kent Station
Lower Glanmire Road
Cork City

Stage:  Commencement

Start: 13th July 2015

Floor Area: 400SqM

SIAC Civil construction

Civil Construction: The development will consist of; Two new Entrance Buildings 53m2 with vertical access to a subsurface link of 139m2 connected to the southern end of stations existing underpass. The Entrance Buildings will incorporate information systems, public address, ticket vending, seating, commercial advertising, provision for potential future retail vending. New bi-directional road linking future retail vending. New bi-directional road linking Railway Street/Alfred Street and Horgans Quay serving the new entrance buildings which will include partial demolition of existing protected perimeter stone wall to form a junction with Horgans Quay. The new road will incorporate traffic lights, traffic calming features, pavements, bus stops with shelters, cycle parking with shelters and taxi set-down. Street lighting, bollards, storm water drainage and perimeter railings. Carpark with 140 spaces with ‘Pay & Display’ and set-down area accessed from Horgans Quay.

Architect
Iarnrod Eireann Structures and Architects Department
Engineering & New Works Building
Inchicore
Dublin 8
01 7033835
louis.gilvarry@irishrail.ie

Applicant
Iarnrod Eireann
Kent Station
Lower Glanmire Road
Cork City
01 7034228
www.irishrail.ie

Contractor
Siac Construction
Dolcain House
Monastery Road
Clondalkin
Dublin 22
01 4033111
info@siac.ie
www.siac.ie