The Aerodrome Business Park project is an RIAI Design and Build Shell & Core Logistics warehouse with 9,000sq ft office and welfare area over three floors. The building comprises steel frame triple portal frame founded on pad foundations, Kingspan composite wall and roof cladding, rainscreen cladding & curtain walling to offices. It also includes a feature green wall to external elevations, AOV’s to warehouse roof, a siphonic drainage system, metal deck & concrete office 1st & 2nd & 3rd floor slabs. Works also comprised precast dock levellers, retaining walls and lift shaft, FM1 laser warehouse floor slab, 14 dock levellers and shelters including 4 Euro docks, concrete service yard, permeable asphalt carpark area for 150 cars, an electrical vehicle charging for 16 vehicles, and asphalt access roads.
The site areas involved a full ground solution offered by mac group for Lime & Cement stabilisation achieving a CBR of 15% to the building footprint and 30% to external areas. The earthworks and ground improvement works involve the removal off site of circa 13000m3 of made ground and lime cement stabilisation to a depth of 600mm in 2 layers of the underlying material. This solution reduces the import of stone to 150mm depth across the site area. The project has achieved both BREEAM Very Good and LEED Gold certification.
Full Electrical installation to office and welfare areas including the construction of a new ESB substation serving the building. Full Security and CCTV to the entire building both internally and externally.
Full Mechanical installation to office and welfare areas including Thermal Dynamic Air to heat pumps and full VRF heating and ventilation system and Fire Hose Reel Installation to the warehouse.
mac have worked extensively with the Client during COVID-19 lock down to progress to design in order to be “shovel ready” for the start on site date of August 2020.
|Size:||122, 500 sq. ft.|
|Team:||PM: Oakfield Project Management
Architect: The O'Toole Partnership
Services Consultant: Metec Consulting Engineers
Civil Engineer: O'Connor Sutton Cronin