A high-end design/build fit-out to a CAT A developer's finished space. Structure Tone was engaged by Avolon to produce a design and build solution in conjunction with JLL and MOLA Architecture.
The works at L2 The Warehouse was the third project for Mason Hayes & Curran completed by Structure Tone. Mason Hayes & Curran are one of the leading corporate law firms in Dublin. The works were carried out within a...
A building reposition and high-end fit-out to the Chapel building in Dublin’s Irish Life Centre. Structure Tone were engaged by KSN & Urban Solutions to undertake this high end and complex project in conjunction with Unispace and FKP Architects.
IPUT is Ireland’s premier commercial real estate fund, with over 5Msf of real estate under management, and the largest owner of prime commercial property in Dublin’s city centre. Following several years of growth, the company had doubled in size and needed a new office to accommodate that growth and reflect the level of quality occupiers can expect from an IPUT building.
When you’ve worked with a client for nearly 20 years, you get to know what they are looking for. Our Mission Critical team has developed just that kind of relationship with European data center leader Interxion, making it a relatively seamless process to build the company’s data centers across Ireland and the UK.
The award winning Avolon project in Ballsbridge Dublin 2 was the next step in Avolon’s growth, as their existing office space could no longer keep up, not only in physical capacity but also in matching the level of innovation and sophistication such a successful firm cultivates.
Structure Tone were engaged by a Financial Services Client to work with the design team and develop the build solution. We worked with the client to achieve the standard and finish off space that they were seeking to achieve within their cost envelope.
Structure Tone was awarded the fit-out project for Heineken Ireland. The project involved the remodeling of a previously occupied space and full upgrades to all M&E services and fittings within the area.
This fit-out was completed on budget and within the initial programme that was agreed upon with Indeed and their design team. During the tendering process, Structure Tone offered some value engineering options as part of our tender documentation, and on appointment, we worked with Indeed and their design team to investigate these VE options further without compromising the quality, the aesthetic or the programme that Structure Tone had committed to.
Construction of an office, a reception area, a social area and a gym in a listed building within an ex-Army Barracks in Dublin.©Donal Murphy Photography