While life in Ireland might feel quite challenging at the moment, with the pandemic persisting and restrictions remaining in place for another six weeks at least, it is important to keep these challenges in context. Our team has been kept busy throughout this period of lockdown with essential maintenance works and, of course, preparing for our pipeline of work in 2021. Most importantly, with a nationwide vaccine plan being rolled out, we can see an end to the current challenges. For many people across the world, the solutions to their challenges are not so clear or accessible.

 

A number of years ago, some of the Sammin Engineering team flew to Cape Town, as part of a County Mayo contingency, to contribute to an important community build project. Volunteer-led construction projects like this require a huge amount of planning, fundraising and coordination to bring ideas and aspirations to life. While the effort is huge, the rewards are also huge when the end result is something so useful and critical to local life.

 

Over the course of 10 days, this group of volunteers delivered - from foundation to finish - a canteen that feeds 211 children each day. The team at Sammin Engineering were delighted to be involved in this project. Our team worked on the canteen fit out, which can be seen in the photo gallery below... 

 

Well done to all involved!

 

 

 

 

Sammin Engineering’s facilities management and maintenance division provides a complete range of preventative and response maintenance for commercial property:

 

 

The Sammin Engineering team recently completed works at the Tramyard Exchange for Salamisso Developments.

 

Salamisso Developments have been active in the development market in Ireland and the UK for more than a decade, delivering residential and mixed-use properties. Guided by green principles, the founders pride themselves on their eco-friendly approach to development, using environmentally responsible methods, energy-efficient materials and sustainable building methods. Salamisso builds feature renewable technologies such as solar panels, and resource-efficient methods including airtightness, insulation and ventilation. Further information available here: http://www.salamisso.com/

 

Tramyard Exchange is a new apartment development, well located on a prominent corner site at the entrance to Meath Street in Dublin, close to Dublin's city centre. This three-storey building comprises 12 spacious apartments (one and two-bed). Tramyard Exchange is a superb example of combining the old and new of Ireland’s capital city, with a blended mix of contemporary internal and external finishes that respect and honour the look of the traditional building style in this iconic part of the city. Further details available here: http://www.salamisso.com/project/tramyard-exchange-carmans-hall%e2%80%afdublin-8/

 

The project delivery  team included M&E Consultant Shane Murphy and his team at  Renaissance Engineering.  



*Project images below, with thanks to Salamisso



About Sammin Engineering

Sammin Engineering is a dynamic Electrical Engineering services company based in Mayo and Dublin. Since 2005, our team has worked on construction and maintenance projects across Ireland in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. For further information and contact details, log into www.sammin.ie



 

 

 

 

The team at Sammin Engineering are currently working with Coyne Group to upgrade the first alarm and emergency lighting across the entire development at Bloomfield Park. 

 

Bloomfield Park is a mixed development of almost 200 homes, located within the village of Donnybrook, in Dublin 4. Originally built in 2006 to a high specification, the development comprises one and two-bedroom well-designed apartments. 



The project delivery team for the recent upgrades included: 

 

Main Contractor - Coyne Group http://coynegroup.ie 

Project Manager - Val O Brien

Services Engineer - Proteus Consulting Engineers

Electrical Engineers - Sammin Engineering 

 

 

 

 

The team at Sammin Engineering recently contributed to the €11 million construction of  a new six-storey 128-room student accommodation development at Grangegorman for Swuite. 

 

This was not the first project delivered for Swuite Student Accommodation providers, under main contractors Sheahan and Collins Construction, our team also contributed to the €5 million conversion of an existing office block into a state-of-the-art, 77-room student accommodation development at Bohermore in Galway for Swuite.

 

Swuite accommodation is high quality, professionally managed student apartments and ancillary facilities specifically designed for use by undergraduates, post-graduates and visiting academics. These fully-serviced apartments are complete with shared communal/social spaces and outdoor terrace areas.

 

 

Project Delivery Partners

 

~ Developer: Iveragh Group http://iveraghgroup.com/swuite-bohermore-galway/ 

~ Main Contractor:  Sheahan and Collins Construction https://sheahancollinsconstruction.com/projects/ 

~ Project Managers:MMCA Architects

~ Cost Consultant: Walsh Associates

~ Civil & Structural: Fitzsimons Doyle & Associates

~ M&E Engineers: Proteus Consultant Engineers

~ Electrical Engineers: Sammin.ie 






About Sammin Engineering

Sammin Engineering is a dynamic Electrical Engineering services company based in Mayo and Dublin. Since 2005, our team has worked on construction and maintenance projects across Ireland in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. For further information and contact details, log into www.sammin.ie