This project involved the construction of a single storey Day Care and Respite centre within the confines of a protected walled garden in the grounds of the Daughters of Charity Convent in Blackrock. The new building houses a bedroom wing, catering and resource areas, offices and training centre.
The brick and stone walls surrounding the Daughters of Charitys’ orchard garden is a protected structure. In the course of building works, these walls were maintained and protected while a small amount of rebuilding work was carried out at project completion to facilitate the pedestrian entrance.
Location Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Surface 1400 m2
Year Completed 2009
Client Alzheimer Society of Ireland
Architect Niall McLaughlin Architects
Engineers Buro Happold
Quantity Surveyors Tom D’Arcy