Lime and Aggregate Storage Unit
- Client: Roadstone
- Location: Bunratty, County Clare
About this Project
P&D Lydon constructed a large lime storage unit for our clients at their premises in Bunratty. This 1000m2 and 11m high storage unit was to comprise of 3 no 4.5m high insitu concrete walls between the UB305 columns along with Kingspan Cladding
In this project we were able to look at a design change to offer value engineering to our client through the reduction in height of the walls and change of internal walls to columns
The design required the pouring of the slab and foundations together and the steel superstructure to be fixed at slab level. The retaining wall foundations were also combined with column foundations, with the insitu walls then poured into the steel web of the steel columns – this combined design solution allowed for reduction in steel columns dimensions
As PSCS & main contractor we worked closely with our specialist steel erectors to build a first class fit for purpose structure taking careful consideration of its end user
Commercial Garage Unit
Aligned with the expansion of our offices the same was required for our workshop and garages.
Emergency Works to Ceannt Railway Station Facade
P&D Lydon were employed by Irish Rail to carry out remedial works on the listed structure of the exiting Railway Building that was Ceannt Station.
Due to the continuous growth of our company in 2018 it was decided we needed this expansion reflected in our head offices and workshop.