Roughan & O’Donovan provided civil and structural engineering and design services for this regeneration project consisting of 56 social housing units, a community centre and underground parking.
We also provided the specification for the demolition of existing blocks with asbestos containing materials.
The scheme comprises a mixture of duplexes and apartments in two L-shaped blocks, five and six storeys high. Most upper floor units have cantilevered balconies.
The flat in-situ roof slab to the car park serves as a landscaped open space and a playground area.
The structure consists of piled foundations with in-situ concrete substructure and a hybrid in-situ, steel and precast concrete superstructure.
The existing combined drainage system on the site was replaced with a separate foul and surface water system.
A new pumphouse was built for the water supply.
Peadar Kearney House should be the benchmark for future regeneration opportunities in the city.
Alex ElyAuthor of the Mayor of London’s Housing Design Guide
Schemes such as Peadar Kearney House are about more than just homes. They are also about building sustainable communities.
Alan KellyMinister for the Environment, Community and Local Government (2014-2016)
Substantial watermain diversions and the relocation of a district pump house were necessary to clear the site in advance of main construction.
- Civil and structural engineering design
- Construction management
- Environmental engineering design