The New National Children’s Hospital Concrete Frame has been shortlisted for the Engineers Ireland “Engineering Excellence Digital Series” award. Almost 5’000 tons of BAMTEC® were installed.
4’685 tons of BAMTEC® were installed for this landmark project in Dublin Ireland.
Our exclusive partner for the UK and Ireland Hy-Ten Reinforcement has produced and supplied almost 5’000 tons of BAMTEC for the New National Children’s Hospital in Dublin – Ireland.
We are delighted to share, that the concrete frame for this project by BAM Ireland and Kwik RC Frame has been shortlisted for the Engineers Ireland “Engineering Excellence Digital Series” award. Below you find an interesting video, explaining this landmark project.
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The New Children’s Hospital in Dublin is the most significant capital investment project ever undertaken in healthcare in Ireland. It is the structurally ambitious and intricately engineered frame which forms the heart of this new hospital. From exposed concrete finish elliptical columns, to twenty meter tall inclined columns, the frame, constructed by BAM Ireland and Kwik RC Frames, is vast in scale and incorporates innovative construction methodologies including Bamtec rebar carpets, 3,200 precast columns and over 5km of twinwall. Extensive and complex temporary works were necessary to deliver this structural frame.