While most of the construction industry remains in shutdown mode on foot of ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the Horizon Offsite team has been exceptionally busy on a number of ‘essential’ projects, including two urgent projects to extend the bed capacity at University Hospital Limerick and Croom Orthopedic Clinic in County Limerick (you can read more about those projects here: https://horizonoffsite.ie/covid-19-essential-construction-in-ireland/ ).
Our construction delivery partners on both of these vital healthcare facility projects are: Clancy Construction (www.clancy.ie), Evolusion Innovation (www.evolusioninnovation.com), Reddy Architecture (http://reddyarchitecture.com) and O’Dwyer Steel (https://odwyersteel.ie).
Both projects involve a Horizon Offsite structural rapid build steel frame system, designed for rapid delivery and with scope for future vertical expansion, if and when needed. The works have been undertaken in two shifts daily to ensure compliance with HSE social distancing guidelines, without any unnecessary time delays.
University Hospital Limerick
Single block consisting of 24 single, en-suite rooms: The pour was done on this site earlier this week, which is an important milestone.
Croom Orthopedic Clinic
Single block consisting of 24 single, en-suite rooms. We are currently completing the ground level floor.
About Horizon Offsite Ltd:
Established in 2017, the team at Horizon Offsite have decades of combined experience pioneering non-traditional or modern methods of construction (MMC). The company currently employs 22 people at a 35,000 sq ft. facility in Cahir, County Tipperary and is involved in projects across the private rented sector (PRS) in Ireland and the UK.