An 8 year planning permission for a new purpose built 120 bed National Rehabilitation Hospital Facility, 3 bed independent living training unit, hydrotherapy unit, sports hall and fitness gym and associated facilities, including all ancillary site and landscape works.A Strategic Infrastructure Development application lodged with An Bord Pleanala.
The project comprises the construction of 120 bed ward accommodation including ensuite bathroom facilities at Dun laoghaire Co Dublin. The proposed building will be comprise a gross floor area of approximately 17,000m2. The building will provide direct linkages to the existing hospital buildings and will include demolitions and associated site works. The Works will be carried out on active hospital campus site. Hospital activities must remain uninterrupted at all times during the Works. Planning permission, Fire Safety and Disability Access Certificates will be obtained by the Contracting Authority prior to the commencement of the Works. Hospital Equipment will be procured by the Contracting Authority and installed by the Contracting Authority post substantial completion. The Works Contractor will be required to liaise with the selected equipment provider on matters including services provision and coordination. The Works Contractor is required to carry out, complete and commission the Works in accordance with the Works Requirements and provide full certification for the Works in accordance with SI 09 of 2014, Building Control (Amendment) Regulations 2014 within the specified project duration. The Contracting Authority will separately appoint the Assigned Certifier. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to carry the works out in phases or to proceed to carry out the works as one overall project only. The fit-out of a number of the wards/departments only may be phased.
Preparatory works comprising of the provision of a new surface 175 space car-park to facilitate the future removal of existing car-parking to allow for the construction of a new hospital; proposed works consist of line-marked car-parking and access routes, drainage, mechanical and electrical services and some site lighting.
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