Indeed Capital Dock
In 2019, Indeed announced plans to expand even further in Dublin, increasing its workforce to 3,000 in a new HQ in the city’s Capital Dock development. Given the project’s size, Indeed tendered the first phase of the 235,000sf job and chose Structure Tone Dublin as their construction partner.
Now completed, the eight-story, three-phase project, designed by RKD, involved a number of unique and complex features including: structural alterations and removal of large sections of floor slab for five new circulation staircases and a bleacher seating area, two high-end reception areas with a living wall, significant use of joinery including timber paneling and fins, and abundant meeting spaces and collaboration areas.
Structure Tone completed a roof garden terrace along with complex IT and AV requirements, which involved extensive mechanical and electrical service adaptations. As the Capital Dock project has come to a close, Indeed continues to look toward the future, exploring further updates and expansions to keep up with the incredible pace of their growth.
“We were competing against the incumbent core-and-shell contractor, who was very keen to stay involved in the development, what worked in our favour was the relationship we had established over the course of the previous projects and, ultimately, the trust they had in us to deliver.”
John Atkinson, Structure Tone Project Director.
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