SIPR_pipe_laying      GG_parkland_track               SIPR works in progress 2014                            New public realm opened and in use 2015

The Site Infrastructure and Public Realm (SIPR) project is a massive undertaking which covers the entire Grangegorman site and consists of  the laying of all utility services, major earthworks and development of the public realm – paths, roads, green areas, lighting, seating, bike parking, etc.

Phase one of this contract has delivered the initial public realm which allowed the first 1,000 DIT students to come onsite in September 2014. As well as delivering all of the site’s utility services, this project has also delivered a new surface water pipe connection to Smithfield as required by Dublin City Council and all of the new outdoor sports facilities.


Programme

Onsite in November 2013, phase one was completed in summer 2015.

Procurement Route

Restricted Procedure

Design Team

Moore Ruble Yudell (Architects)

Duffy Mitchell O’ Donoghue (Architects)

Mitchells and Associates (Landscape Architects)

O’Connor Sutton Cronin (Engineers)

Contractor

Roadbridge



Environmental Monitoring Reports

As part of the SIPR contract the contractor compiles regular reports on Environmental Monitoring. This includes noise, vibration and dust. These reports can be viewed by following the links below.