Scollard Doyle


The Central Bank of Ireland

Scollard Doyle provided procurement, programme and commercial management advisory services throughout the construction of the new Central Bank of Ireland’s Docklands Campus.

The building was the first office building in Ireland to achieve the Building Research Establishment’s Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) ‘Outstanding’ rating at design stage.

The eight-floor building accommodates 1,400+ employees and has a total floor space of 22,000 sq. m.

To ensure long term employees’ needs were met in the design, careful examination of working behaviour was undertaken before the move from Dame Street.

The building provides a sophisticated modern workplace. With a cleverly designed interior, the space ensures that employees work on the periphery of the building with access to natural day light and breakout spaces are positioned in the centre of the building.

The building has 250 meeting rooms, a 370-seat restaurant, a learning and development centre and to support sustainable travel targets; end of journey facilities. The exterior, an impressive high tech eco bronze aluminium façade.

Scollard Doyle were delighted to work in conjunction with the Bank’s Leadership Team and the Design and Construction Teams on this landmark project.

One South County

Completion and handover of Baggot Plaza for Bank of Ireland

One project completed, one project gathering pace.

Dublin Landings, work progressing

Work commenced Q4 2015 on the main construction element of a new office building in Dublin Landings and is progressing to program. Dublin Landings is a commercial office and residential development project currently under construction in Dublin’s Docklands Strategic Development Zone (SDZ). The overall project masterplan will see the delivery of up to 65,000 sq. m of commercial space and up to 300 apartments. The 2.35 hectare site, which wraps around the new headquarters of the Central Bank of Ireland, comprises 10 per cent of all development land available in the SDZ.

Boland’s Mill, demolition completed

Demolition works at what was formerly known as Boland’s Mill in Dublin city centre have been completed, making way for a new development comprising office, residential, retail and cultural space. During the eight month process, large concrete silos, built during the 1950s, were demolished. The landmark Boland’s Mill site will be rebranded Boland’s Quay. The development will involve the construction of three new buildings alongside the restoration of a number of protected mill buildings and the creation of a new civic plaza looking onto the waterfront at Grand Canal Dock. A new pedestrian bridge will link the plaza to Ringsend Road. On completion, Boland’s Quay will accommodate up to 2,500 workers. Development work will begin in September and is expected to be completed in 2018.

Video released by the Boland’s Quay Development Group (BQDG) – a collaboration of property consultants Savills Ireland and Cleary McCabe & Associates – shows the silos being torn down to make way for a multi-million euro redevelopment of the area.

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