Capital Dock Dublin
NVM are currently undertaking the collection of baseline noise and vibration data for the proposed Capital Dock Development.
Plans for Capital Dock – one of the largest undeveloped sites in the capital – were submitted by global developers Kennedy Wilson in a joint venture with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) last week.
Described as a “visionary development” on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin 2, the plans include more than 313,000 square feet of modern office space across three buildings.
An estimated 600 construction jobs are to be created during the build. 204 residential units are also part of the 4.8 acre site blueprints, some of which will be housed in a 19 storey tower.
If it gets the greenlight, the tower will compete with Google’s Montevetro building, the Millennium Tower in Grand Canal Dock and Liberty Hall for reach in Dublin’s skyline.
The proposed development, which is bounded by water on both sides, also includes a new 1.5 acre landscaped public park, a square and “significant retail and leisure offering”.
NVM are currently providing routine servicing and maintance of all Marine Institute Coastal Water level instrumentation. Click below to review the Marine Institute’s Website and information on current data from their monitoring systems. http://www.marine.ie/Home/site-area/data-services/data-services
21 Charlemont Place
NVM are currently providing instrumentation supply, live monitoring and services on the Charlemont Place Development site, the site is located directly adjacent to the LUAS Line Bridge which was completed in 2004 designed in-house by the Railway Procurement Agency. On each canal bank, a concrete frame supports the pair of deep beams that span over the water, with smaller beams and a corrugated deck sitting between the beams.
NVM were given the task to provide a Bridge deck and pier monitoring system that would control Bridge movement during the excavation works in the adjacent site.
Rohan now started demolition of the existing structure that sits on this D2 site at Charlemont Place. A short demolition programme will make way for the immediate construction of a new ultra-modern 35,500 sq.ft. office building, which will be finished to a Grade A International standard in the first half of 2016.
With relatively few office developments under way in Dublin’s central business district despite signs of a shortfall of top-quality space, Rohan Holdings has begun work on a speculative office building overlooking the Grand Canal at Charlemont Place, Dublin 2.
The decision to proceed with the €35 million project will be widely welcomed.
Central Bank Building North Wall
The Central Bank has acquired a relatively new office building close to its planned new headquarters at North Wall Quay in the Dublin docklands. On Wednesday last the ‘keys’ of the old headquarters planned by Anglo Irish Bank on the North Wall Quay were handed over to Walls Construction. This project which will commence on 5/5/15 and take 82 weeks to complete (Nov 2016) will employ 340 construction workers at its peak..
NVM Limited are providing Walls Construction with monitoring instrumentation and services during the construction project ensuring environmental noise and dust levels are monitored on a continuous basis.
The bank was the top bidder at €104 million for Block R on Spencer Dock, which is adjacent to the city’s thriving financial and business district. The bank already occupies just under 50 per cent of the block, which has an overall floor area of 11,798 sq m (127,000 sq ft). It is already paying €3 million for the accommodation, equating to €495 a sq m (€46 a sq ft). For more information on the proposed works view
LINKEDIN BUILDING WILTON PLACE
The online professional networking company LinkedIn looks set to become one of Dublin’s biggest technology sector employers, with plans to ramp up its Irish presence. The company, which has more than doubled its global workforce in the last two years, has acquired a 200,000 square foot site at Wilton Place, where its existing office is located.
NVM are currently providing noise, dust and vibration monitoring on the site which has currently been used by O Kelly Demolition and now WALLS Construction. According to the company, the new site “has capacity” to see LinkedIn’s current Irish workforce grow from 600 to 1,200 people in the future.
However, the company has been quietly ramping up its Irish workforce this year, as it seeks to boost non-US business for the company. Ireland hosts the company’s global headquarters for all territories outside the US and Canada.
LinkedIn opened its Irish office in March 2010. But it has accelerated its Irish hiring drive in 2014, increasing its Irish workforce by a third – from 450 to over 600 – in the last eight months.
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