Boland’s Quay development, in the heart of Dublin’s thriving docklands, is a combination of new build and refurbished space, 3 new landmark towers (the tallest of which is 51m) comprising approximately 36,851m2 of office, residential, retail, and cultural space.
The history of the development dates to the 1830s and played a pivotal part in the fight for independence, as a stronghold for revolutionaries during the 1916 Rising.
The construction of all three towers involved over 25,000m3 of reinforced concrete, 1,800 tonnes of structural steel and over 8,000m2 of high-performance façade.
Brogan provided a number of hoists to aid the construction of all three towers of the development.
Initially, the hoists were used for the façade works of the building, before providing access for the fit-out and cladding elements of the project.
Hoists for both Tower 1 & 2 (Commercial buildings) serviced levels 12 and level 11 respectively, with the largest 51m tower (the residential building) utilising Brogan Hoists servicing up to level 14.
Daniel Daly, Senior Façade Manager, BAM Building Ltd
Brogan Group were responsible for the installation and serving of the goods hoists for the Boland’s Quay Development on behalf of BAM Building Ltd. The service provided from day one was excellent and very professional with minimal issues or downtime on any of the goods hoists. There technical and design support was excellent. The constraints of the site were factored into all designs and a proactive approach to problem solving was always to the fore. The removal process was excellent and thoroughly planned and executed with collaborative teamwork.