Clontarf Parish Centre

The project consisted of the construction of a two storey building (700m2) comprising an assembly/sports hall with adjoining entrance hall, meeting and social rooms, kitchen, stores, changing rooms, toilets and showers.

Construction consisted of concrete strip foundations, blockwork walls, steel portal frame, concrete ground floor, precast concrete first floor, metal and timber pitched roofs, aluminium windows. Finishes included plastered external walls with some natural stone cladding and features, fairfaced internal walls, natural slate roofs, hardwood sports floor, carpet, vinyl and ceramic flooring, plastered ceilings, built-in furniture and fittings.

Services included mechanical, electrical and lift installations. Site clearance included demolition of small buildings, boundary walls and removal of some trees. Site works included entrance roadway, drainage, pavings, all-weather tennis courts, boundary wall, fencing and landscaping.

A new entrance porch was formed in the gable of the church (a Protected Structure) and a toilet was formed in the church. Works carried out with minimal disruption to neighbours.

  • Client: The Representative Body of The Church of Ireland
  • Architect: Michael Mohan Architects
  • Engineer: Lee McCullough & Partners
  • Quantity Surveyor: Robert P. Garrett
  • Value: €3.5 million

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