Heineken Offices

The world famous Dutch brewer, Heineken, has identified office accommodation in Kilmainham as the location for their new Dublin office. The space had previously been occupied by an internet company and required significant refurbishment to meet the needs of Heineken who would use the area for both everyday business and also as a location to market to customers in a custom designed bar area.

Heineken Office Fit Out
Heineken Office Fit Out

Callaghan Engineering worked closely with MDO Architects and G&T Project Managers to develop a design that matched the Client’s needs but also provided value and stayed within a strict budget. The project presented some unique lighting requirements to help create the look and feel that captured the Heineken brand. Through the use of LED RGB light fittings in the floor and on the walls the desired effect was achieved. Also significant modifications were required to lighting, emergency lighting, fire alarm and mechanical ventilation to accommodate the new layout.

schlotter ireland

Schlötter (Ireland) Ltd.

Schlötter (Ireland) Ltd was established in Newbridge, Co Kildare in 1976. Schlötter’s core business is in providing reliable electroplating processes, plant, and plating equipment for use by electronic component and printed circuit board manufacturers.

The company provides contract manufacturing to the medical devices & pharmaceutical sectors.

Callaghan Engineering were commissioned to provide the mechanical and electrical engineering design specifications to the design build contractor for a new state-of-the-art green field facility at Newbridge, which effectively doubles their overall capacity, whilst enhancing working conditions and ensuring the highest environmental and safety standards.

Storage Facility at Schlötter (Ireland) Ltd.

A variety of production and manufacturing settings were considered and key processes evaluated so that an efficient facility design was developed to help in reducing costs, improve operating performance and provide an excellent return on investment over the life of the facility.

Office of Public Works

Knockmaun House

The OPW acquired Knockmaun House in Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2, a 5 storey building over a basement car park. The project included a complete refurbishment and fit out of approximately 4000 m2 in Knockmaun House. The Passport Office has been relocated to the refurbished building.

Callaghan Engineering provided mechanical, electrical and lift engineering services to the OPW for development of the tender package to be issued by the OPW.