GARLAND shortlisted for BIM Innovation Award

Oct 25, 2016

We have been shortlisted in the Design Category of the CitA Irish BIM Innovation Awards 2016.  The award shortlist is for our work on the €40m Mercer Institute for Successful Ageing, located on the St James's Hospital Campus in Dublin, which was completed earlier this year.   The Design Category celebrates projects designed in such a way that they utilised best of available BIM technology and processes whilst ensuring it is sympathetic to the environment and surroundings, functional for purpose, and innovative in style. 

GARLAND provided Civil & Structural services to the Design and Build contractor, BAM Group Ireland.  The project was successfully delivered this using BIM (Building Information Modelling) processes and tools to PAS 1192 Level 2 Standard.  GARLAND have completed a significant number of
projects within
 St. James's Hospital

MISA St. James Hospital

The seven storey, state-of-the art facility provides a centralised facility for the institute’s clinical, education and training, research and creative life work with older people. During the build 250 construction jobs were created at its peak. The 15,000m² facility includes innovative early diagnostic and rapid access ambulatory care clinics, in-patient acute assessment, rehabilitation and a continuing care unit with 76 en-suite bedrooms and further ward spaces to accommodate a total of 100 beds. The building also includes research facilities, consultation spaces, meeting spaces, catering facilities, day areas, roof terrace spaces, a courtyard and naturally lit foyer and conference rooms.

MISA St. James Hospital   MISA St. James Hospital

The award will be made on 10th November 2016 during the CitA event.  During the day long event, we will present our work in BIM on this project  along with other keynote speakers such as Anne Kemp, Dr.-ING. Thomas Liebech, Dr. Mohamad Kassem, Dominic Thasarathar and Dr. Russell Manning.     

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