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National Institute For Cellular Biotechnology (DCU)

The works involved the construction of a new biotechnology research building on the DCU Campus.

The works involved the construction of a new biotechnology research building on the DCU Campus. The building has over 3,000m2 of gross internal area consisting of offices, laboratories (including over 1,000m of cleanrooms) and ancillary areas including gas bottle compound for medical gases. The cleanroom suites on the second floor have a specialist walk on ceiling with access to the roof level plantroom. The building is very highly serviced with intense coordination required to ensure that the installation of services ran smoothly. Client equipment installation was a key feature of the programming of the building works.

Project Details
Client: Dublin City University
Category: Healthcare and Pharmaceutical
Size: 3,000m
Architect: Scott Tallon Walker
Surveyor: Healy Kelly Turner Townsend
Timeframe: 14 Months
Cost: 10.5 Million
Location: Ireland