The Meath Primary Care Centre
This project consisted of the refurbishment and extension of an existing building within a live HSE controlled hospital campus to develop high quality primary care facilities. It required a phased completion and included the construction of a roof top fourth floor extension.
The project was completed with a high specification medical fit-out with be-spoke joinery. Each floor was developed to cater for different end user occupation requirements with additional space for visitors.
|Client||Meath Hospital Partners (MHPCCCoO)|
|Architect||Paul Byrne Architects|
- full internal strip out and asbestos removal
- external demolition of rear wing and escape stairs
- external drainage, site works and landscaping
- additional floor level construction
- full M&E fit out including lift removal and installation
- internal acoustic studwork
- suspended ceilings
- screens and joinery
- external façade upgrade with brickwork cleaning
- remedial structural repair works
- external glazing
- curtain walling system
- full roof and balcony weathering
- drainage and decoration works.
Due to the phased occupation, the building became live while construction works were still in operation. Glenbeigh managed all interaction with the building users and the public to ensure uninterrupted working operations within the building was facilitated at all times.
The Meath Primary Care Centre now provides a broad range of primary healthcare services through a combination of public and private providers, together employing 110 people in a very high quality environment.