Hospitality & Leisure
Arran Street, Dublin
Construction began in October 2021 and due for completion March 2023
Existing rectory had been there since 1930
The new development consists of nine new homes including a Rectory and Curates house and achieves a number of solutions for the church.
The scheme helps to address the shortage of affordable housing stock by providing a mix of contemporary townhouses and apartments for rental.
Coram Deo is a fabulous example of a community project created by a leader in the community – Holy Trinity Church. The project delivery itself is meeting all the fundamental requirements of cost and programme but when projects are developed by members of the community, it can bring about a number of issues – inexperience which can cause challenges for the design and construction teams and emotive responses from neighbours.
Client Name: Holy Trinity, Coran Deo Rathmines
Project Value: €3.6m
Our Role: Project Managers and Cost Management
Architect: DTA Architects
Contractor: BHA Construction
C&S: Cora Engineers
M&E: RMBA Breen
“As a development team we were new to the construction process but for every situation or challenge we may have faced along the way, David has guided us through the process with professionalism and expert knowledge. He has added great value at each stage, from leading the design and construction teams in getting the job done to educating us on our compliance obligations. With David’s support, we are set for realising our vision for Coram Deo.“
Jacob Reynolds (in-house project manager) Holy Trinity Church
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