Clerys Quarter scoops ACEI award

Published 2nd April 2024

Dublin’s prestigious Clerys Quarter picked up the award for “Structural Large” at the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland Awards.

The refurbishment and extension of the historic Clerys department store, which was originally constructed in 1922, has transformed this iconic city building to create a new retail, office and leisure destination. Developed by Oakmount in partnership with Europa Capital and Core Capital, this unique project involved repair, restoration, and vertical extension of the original building, plus redevelopment of the overall site turning it into an attractive world-class mixed-used landmark in the city of Dublin.

Our team, from left to right: Alan Brophy, Niall Coughlan, Margaret Dolan, Richard Nelson, Anthony Byrne, Bart Borowiak, Karl Townsend-Smyth, Richard Osborne, Emma Caulwell, Kieran O’Neill and Laura Ruiz Garrido.

Our team provided civil and structural engineering design services for the scheme, working alongside the architect, Henry J Lyons, to maximise the potential of the redevelopment whilst preserving the historic building for future generations to enjoy.

To learn more about this award-winning development, click here.

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