Student Accommodation

Flood Precast provides precast concrete stairs for Ireland’s largest off-campus student accommodation

The Point Campus is Ireland’s largest off-campus student accommodation, this project is well underway in the North Docklands area and is due for completion by 2020. The impressive project will cater for up to 970 third level students over two blocks consisting of six and eight stories.

Flood Precast we’re appointed by Bennett Construction to design, manufacture and supply 112no Precast Stairs for Point Campus which will be an impressive development.

Benefits of Flood Precast Concrete Stairs

  • Quick to install
  • High fire resistance
  • High-quality finish – Class B finish available on request
  • Minimal site labour
  • Savings in construction time
  • Can accommodate progressive collapse requirements
  • Installation is not affected by adverse weather conditions

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The 2.3-acre site is situated in a prime location in the North Docklands area of Dublin, beside Dublin Point Village. Here you’ll find The Gibson hotel, Odeon cinema and the 13,000-capacity indoor arena, 3Arena. For students, it’s just a short walk to the National College of Ireland, Trinity College and Dublin Institute of Technology.

Project: Point Campus Student Accommodation

Contractor: Bennett Construction Ltd.

Engineer:  Arup

Architect: Reddy Architecture and Urbanism

Products: Precast Stairs.

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Ronan Leavy

Ronan Leavy

Ronan has more than 20 years experience in the Construction Industry.Since joining Flood Precast in 2003, he has developed strong working relationships with new and existing customers, both in the UK and Ireland. Ronan graduated from Dundalk Institute of Technology with a Diploma in Construction Studies.

Contact Ronan for projects in Ireland and the UK. Email ronan.leavy@floodprecast.co.uk

Ronan Leavy