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Kerry General Hospital | Lawlor Burns & Associates

Kerry General Hospital Endoscopy Suite

CLIENT: Health Service Executive
SERVICES: Full Quantity Surveying Services
DESCRIPTION: Lawlor Burns & Associates provided full Quantity Surveying Services for the HSE for the new €5m Endoscopy and Close Observation facilities at Kerry General Hospital, Tralee, Co Kerry.

Works included the refurbishment and extension of an existing former laundry building to provide Endoscopy screening facilities, incorporating a mezzanine for staff facilities and also a roof-lit double height treatment area.  The new extension includes a curved glazed element, with timber clad canopy.

A new single storey Close Observation Unit and Occupational Therapy facilities for the Acute Inpatients Unit was also developed.  The internal fit-out was to a high specification and included atrium, stainless steel fitted kitchen, with anti-ligature design principles.  The schedule of accommodation included Seclusion/De-Escalation Room, Observation Room, Bedrooms & En-suites, Kitchenette, Day & Dining Room, Quiet Room, Office/Staff Room, Clinical Room, Dirty Utility/Sluice Room, Task/Creative Activities Room and a Group Room.

The project involved work adjacent to live hospital environment.  Works were procured and administered under the GCC form of contract.

University Hospital Cork | Lawlor Burns & Associates

Theatre Accommodation & Outpatients Department, South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital, Cork

CLIENT: Health Service Executive
SERVICES: Full Quantity Surveying Services
VALUE: €5,500,000
STATUS: Tender Stage – to be completed 2017

Lawlor Burns & Associates are currently providing a full medical quantity surveyor service for the new Theatre Accommodation & Outpatients Department at the South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital Cork. The project includes the relocation of the Ophthalmic Daycare/Ophthalmology theatre currently operating out of Cork University to the second floor of the main South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital, located in an area used presently as a pre-assessment clinic. The outpatient unit will be a new build stand alone building in a carpark area,

Portiuncula Hospital Ballinasloe | Lawlor Burns & Associates

50-bedroom extension at Portiuncula Hospital Ballinasloe, Galway

CLIENT: Health Service Executive
SERVICES: Full Quantity Surveying Services
VALUE: €10,000,000
STATUS: Tender Stage – to be completed 2017

Lawlor Burns & Associates quantity surveyor services Galway porfolio consists of the new 50-bedroom extension at Portiuncula Hospital Ballinasloe is an acute general and maternity Hospital.

Coronary Care Unit Letterkenny General Hospital

Upgrade and expansion of existing Haematology / Oncology Department and the upgrade of the Coronary Care Unit at Letterkenny General Hospital

CLIENT: Health Service Executive
SERVICES: Full Quantity Surveying Services
VALUE: €3,000,000
STATUS: On-site – to be completed 2016

Lawlor Burns & Associates are currently providing full quantity surveying services for the Upgrade and expansion of the existing Haematology/Oncology Department and the upgrade of the Coronary Care Unit at Letterkenny General Hospital.

Cahercalla Community Hospital | Lawlor Burns & Associates

Extensions & Alterations at Cahercalla Community Hospital, Clare

CLIENT: Cahercalla Community Hospital and Hospice
SERVICES: Full Quantity Surveying Services
DESCRIPTION: Lawlor Burns & Associates provided full Quantity Surveying Services for the Cahercalla Community Hospital and Hospice for the new €5m refurbishment and alterations to the existing community hospital in Ennis, Co. Clare.

The project required the complete phased up-grade of the three-storey block adjacent to the live hospital environment, primarily consisting of bedroom accommodation, to meet HIQUA standards and current building and fire requirements.  Works included re-roofing, replacement of sash windows and internal modifications to suit new layout.  Re-roofing involved new natural slate roof finish, while the bedroom block copper roof required up-grading for ventilation and insulating purposes.  Extensive demolition and alterations works were required to re-model the layout.  External works included the provision of a new entrance paved area with polished granite paving, stainless steel framed glazed balustrade with steps and ramps for disabled access.  Works were completed in 2014.

Acute Psychiatric Ward

CLIENT: Mid Western Health Board
ARCHITECT: Brian O’Connell & Associates
ENGINEER: Arup
VALUE: €4.5m
DESCRIPTION: New extension to existing building.