University of Limerick

Hartecast Street Furniture were awarded a tender to specially design and manufacture bespoke seating for the Bernal Courtyard in University of Limerick.

We were delighted to work with Brady Shipman Martin Architects and UL to bring their design concept to completion.

This courtyard space forms the frame for the entire campus, unifying and connecting buildings from various periods and styles. To achieve this, visually continuous street furniture elements were essential.

Location:

Limerick

Client:

Brady Shipman Martin Architects

Client Feedback:

“Hartecast’s vast experience, diligence and love of detail enabled us to develop bespoke seating for the University of Limerick. The company guided us throughout the production process, being sensitive to our sketch design and the client requirements, keeping us involved at every design stage. The finished product is a testimony to their work ethic, in particular to their use of high end materials”

 

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The Dodder Greenway Project - is part of the Dublin City Council (DCC) core Active Travel Network. It is funded by the National Transport Authority (NTA)

The Dodder Greenway Project will deliver high quality walking and cycling facilities along the Dodder River from the sea to the mountains through Dublin City Council, and onwards through Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and South Dublin County Council.

When complete it is envisaged to be over 17km long, linking Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in the City Center to the entrance to the Bohernabreena reservoirs at Glenasmole, South Dublin.

Murphy Ireland carried out the works and installed bespoke wall mounted seats, free standing seats, bollards and planters from the Hartecast range.

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Location:

Donnybrook, Dublin

Client:

South Dublin County Council

Contractor:

Murphy Ireland

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