FLOORPLANS & SCHEDULE OF ACCOMODATION

Fitzwilliam 28 6th floor plan
Fitzwilliam 28 5th floor plan
Fitzwilliam 28 4th floor plan
Fitzwilliam 28 3rd floor plan
Fitzwilliam 28 1st floor plan
Fitzwilliam 28 ground floor plan
Fitzwilliam 28 lower ground floor plan
Courtyard and
Event Space
Core (Stairwell,
lift lobbies, toilet)
Reception
Pedestrian
Route
LEVEL NIA SQ.M. NIA SQ.FT.
SIXTH 408.2 4,394
FIFTH 403.1 4,339
FOURTH 1,630.1 17,546
THIRD 2,326.2 25,039
SECOND 2,327.4 25,052
FIRST 1,934.8 20,826
GROUND 1,774.4 19,099
LOWER GROUND 1,773.1 19,085
BASEMENT B1 230 Bicycle Bays
BASEMENT B2 37 showers, changing / locker rooms with 222 lockers and separate drying room
Basement B3 50 car parking spaces

DEVELOPMENT TEAM

Design and Build Contractor
P.J. Hegarty & Sons
Assigned Certifier
iGPT Certification Ltd.
Architect
Grafton Architects & OMP Architects
Planning Consultant
Tom Philips & Assocciates
Quantity Surveyor
Linesight
BREEAM Consultant
EASLAR & BDP
Structural & Civil Engineers
OCSC Consulting Engineers
Fire Safety Consultant
MSA
Mechanical & Electrical Engineers
Axis Engineering & BDP
Access Consultant
Maurice Johnson & Partners
Landscape Architects
Bernard Seymour Landscape Architects
PSDP Health & Safety
ARUP
Facade Consultant
Buro Happold
Architectural Visualisations
Modelworks
Project Managers
Lafferty Project Managers
Branding & Marketing
Originate.ie

SPECIFICATIONS

CGI exterior close shot showing the main entrance of Fitzwilliam 28
CGI shot showing the inner courtyard in Fitzwilliam 28
CGI internal shot showing the reception in Fitzwilliam 28 from the inner balcony
BER A3 rating
BREEAM 4-star rating
LEED Gold
NZEB logo
  • Designed to be BREEAM Excellent and achieve A3 BER status
  • Near Zero Energy Building
  • Advanced chiller with integrated heat pump and PCM
  • Solar control glazing and solar selective fins
  • Embedded cooling coils in roof slabs
  • LED lighting
  • Designed to limit vampire electrical loads
  • Groundwater recovery and low water use fittings
  • Courtyard and roof landscaping to support local ecology
  • Comprehensive facilities for walkers, runners, and cyclists