Delivery of New Library at Woodlock Hall, All Hallows

Delivery of New Library at Woodlock Hall, All Hallows

13/09/2021

Having previously undertaken a full mechanical infrastructure and control upgrade to reduce energy consumption, McKeon Group was recently commissioned to deliver a new library at Woodlock Hall, on the historical All Hallows Campus of Dublin City University in Drumcondra. The campus consists of nine interconnected original and contemporary buildings, the oldest of which was built in 1725.  

 

This magnificent library, when filled, will host the renowned 140,000-volume Milltown Park library collection, which was transferred by the Jesuit Province to Dublin City University in recent years.  You can see the new library coming to life under the expertise of McKeon Project Manager Eugene McDermott and his team in the following video: https://youtu.be/hNgHUwz52ME 

 

 

 

McKeon Group worked closely with the estates team at Dublin City University, including Eanan O’Doherty and Adolfo Rey MCIOB.  Huge thanks to our delivery partners on this special project, including Mullarkey Pedersen Architects, M&E Consultant Peter Donnelly, and Fred McCreanor of MCR Consulting Engineers Ltd. 

 

View the All Hallows gallery of images below: 

 

 

About McKeon Group

Established in 1950 and ISO certified for more than two decades, McKeon Group offers expert construction, fitout and building services. The family-run Group delivers projects, services and maintenance across a range of sectors for State, local authority, FDI and private clients. For more information, contact: www.mckeon.ie

 

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