Bank of Ireland Coolock Bank of Ireland Coolock

Bank of Ireland Coolock

Bank of Ireland appointed Bennett for the refurbishment and extension to their existing branch in Coolock, Dublin.

This project comprised of the refurbishment and extension of the existing Bank of Ireland in Coolock.

The project was divided into 7 phases to facilitate the bank to continue in normal trading operations throughout the works.

Substantial remodeling and phased extensions were required on the restricted site to accommodate the new layouts including the installation of internal structural steel framing to cater for the new works.

Each phase was agreed in detail with the Banks Design Team and staff to ensure that all elements of the business were catered for and that customer services remained live.

The project started in January 2012 with duration of 41 weeks.

Internally the works consisted of new metal security partitions, standard partitions and glazed partitions.  New built in furniture, new floor and ceiling finishes with new mechanical and electrical and security services were included in our scope as required.  The new gross floor area will be 523m2.


Project Details
Client: Bank of Ireland
Size: 523 m2
Architect: OCA Architects
Surveyor: KSN
Timeframe: 41 Weeks
Cost: 1.18 million
Location: Ireland