Patrickswell Community Centre

The project involves the construction of a single storey (largely double height) community hall facility, together with associated site works. The gross floor area of the proposed building is 368 m2 (3,961 ft2).
This Community Centre has been developed on a prominent vacant site in the centre of Patrickswell village. This central location ensures it is easily accessible to all sections of the community. It is a much needed multi-purpose hub serving the needs of the local population, local community groups and businesses.
The project has been complemented by the works that were undertaken in the village by the Active Travel Team of Limerick City and County Council, with funding from the National Transport Authority, which included the provision of visually appealing public realm space to the front of the new Patrickswell Community Centre.
The new Patrickswell Community Resource Centre has a gross floor area of 3961 square feet, including a Community Hall (accommodate 120-143 seated), Café, Remote Working Hub (by day), Three Meeting Rooms, Board Room and an Open Air Civic Space. The current design of the facility will allow for the extension of all aspects of the Resource Centre into the future and once this phase is completed Patrickswell Community Council will endeavour to advance to the next phase. The site has a large section of land to the back which will allow the client to deliver additional community facilities into the future.
Client: Patrickswell Community Council
Architect & ER: Rob Shanahan Architects
C&S Engineer: Hutch O’Malley
Services Engineer: John Harkin & Associates
Quantity Surveyor: CuddyQS
Contractor: Parkway Construction Ltd

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