INVER Service Station, Ballinacurra, Limerick

INVER Service Station, Ballinacurra, Limerick

Project Description:

The INVER Ballinacurra project involved the demolition of  the existing service station and the construction of a new Shell and Core Retail unit & new forecourt including new underground storage tanks, carwash and refuse compound and all necessary site works.

The Scope of Works included:

  • Change of use from car rental office & car wash facility to a service station (former use), including the demolition of all structures on site, and the construction of a new 2-storey service station of 353m2 gross floor area incorporating a net convenience retail area of 100m2, and an ancillary hot food deli and food preparation area on the ground floor, with a seating area on the upper floor.
  • The forecourt area comprised of a canopy with illuminated corporate signage and 4 no. fuel dispensing locations; 1no. car charging point; 4no. 40,000 litre underground fuel storage tanks with associated pipework and overground fill points; included is a service bay and a roll over/brush wash facility in an enclosed structure. Parking comprised of 15 no. car parking spaces (including 1no. disabled parking space) and bicycle stands.
  • The development also consisted of a refuse compound; modifications to the existing 2no. vehicular accesses from Ballinacurra Road and a new pedestrian access; illuminated signage; lighting; all associated boundary treatments, 3no. flagpoles, landscaping, and site drainage works.

The project was completed to a very high standard, on time and within budget.

Project Value:
€1,100,000.00

Client:
INVER Energy

Architect:
Pierce McGann Consulting Engineers

Project Quantity Surveyor:
Bruce Shaw

M&E Engineer:
Moloney Fox Consulting Engineers

Project Duration:
6 Months

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Posted on

January 5, 2016