BARRETSTOWN GANG CAMP, BALLYMORE EUSTACE

BARRETSTOWN GANG CAMP, BALLYMORE EUSTACE2019-06-25T17:41:10+00:00

Project Description

Building and Architect of the Year 2017 awards Winner

The pavilion at Barretstown won Building of the Year 2017- Leisure category and also the overall building of the year award at the Building and Architect of the Year 2017 awards.

This new bespoke design will include a new 6,500Sq. ft dining hall, kitchens, office space and rest-rooms for the Barretstown Gang Camp projects. The innovative structure will appear to float over the a lake and envelope a section of the woodland as it’s 11,000Sq.ft façade of Siberian larch cladding nestles perfectly within the ancient grounds of Barretstown Castle, made famous by actor Paul Newman when he founded  the Charity in 1994.

Light is provided by Reyners windows, curtain walling and roof-lights and the complete superstructure is made up of a Glulam timber system which becomes part of the overall impressive design.

Visitors will experience internal and external dining as the developed includes a 1,600Sq.ft decking over the lake.

M&P were particularly proud to be involved in this project which was completed in December 2016.

 

Project Details

Construction Period:

9 months

Value:

€3 million

Location:

Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare

Client:

Barretstown Gang Camp

Project Architect:

McCauley Daye O'Connell Architects

Project Engineer:

Casey O'Rourke Associates

Quantity Surveyor:

O'Byrne Jenkins Chartered Quantity Surveyors