Cumberland House Phase 2

Hibernia Reit

Cumberland House Phase 2

This Shell & Core and partial Cat A fitout achieved LEED & Wired Score Platinum as well as an A3 BER rating. This building was constructed in the front garden of the original Cumberland building using Revit/BIM and had an M&E value in excess of €6m.

Challenges

Due to the footprint constraints the main plantroom was installed in the -2 basement. This provided a unique challenge to achieve the clients requirements of a LEED & Wired Score platinum building with a an A BER rating.

Successes

The project achieved LEED platinum, wired score platinum & a A3 BER rating. This was achieved due to the close working partnership of the design team.

Metec Solutions

A detailed design & co-ordination package was put together to ensure the proposed design would work correctly by working closely with the design team & then the construction team. All plant had to be installed early in the project in the basement which provided a difficult challenge during construction.

Electrical Services

  • Tying into the landlord 20KV mv supply.
  • Separate meters on a floor by floor basis.
  • Cat A fitout to two floors.
  • New Led lighting.
  • Feature external lighting.

Mechanical Services

  • Basement level AHU serving mechanical ventilation to floor plates.
  • Heating & cooling V VRF system air source heat pumps on the roof.
  • New BMS system tied to campus system with CO2 sensors.

Project Details

Client

Size

90,000 sq. ft

Duration

Design Team

PM Lafferty's

QS KSN Construction Consultants

MCA Architects

Contractors

Cora

Flynn

Jones Engineering

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