Building Engineering celebrates St Kevin’s College Glendalough Stage 1 completion
In a significant milestone, Building Engineering is proud to announce the successful completion of Stage 1 of the St Kevin’s Glendalough project. This landmark marks the completion of two distinct sections, a lower deck car park, and a state-of-the-art multi-purpose hard court and landscaping area.
The Stage 1 project goes beyond typical recreational spaces, providing an innovative multi-purpose hard court and landscaping area. This vibrant space includes a synthetic turf soccer field and athlete’s track. The new tiered landscaping area features two separate playgrounds, a sandpit, a pergola, decking, and garden beds, fostering a welcoming environment for students and staff alike.
The bluestone paved area bridges the existing school to the newly constructed car park and sports field. This seamless integration enhances connectivity and ensures harmonious coexistence between the new facilities and the school’s established premises.
The newly constructed lower deck car park, spanning an impressive 4,000m², is an essential addition to the Stage 1 development. With a capacity to accommodate 129 cars, this spacious facility offers much-needed convenience to the St Kevin’s community. In line with environmentally conscious principles, the car park features a designated area for bike storage, and the integration of Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging stations.
Envisioned to make a lasting impression on students, staff, and visitors alike, the project promises to nurture a strong sense of community while offering unparalleled recreational amenities.
Works are being delivered across two stages to ensure the surrounding operational school environment remains unaffected.
Stage 2 works are currently well underway and consist of the demolition, refurbishment, and extension of the existing administration building.
Building Engineering is thrilled to continue its partnership with St Kevin’s College. Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to make progress on the St Kevin’s Glendalough project.