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Ardmac Awarded Commercial Fit Out of Hilti HQ in Dublin

Ardmac Awarded Commercial Fit Out of Hilti HQ in Dublin
January 14
09:00 2019

Ardmac, the leading International construction specialist, has been awarded the contract to commercially fit out the Dublin head office of Hilti, a leading software, products and services company which services the professional construction industry.

The 1065m² refurbishment of Hilti’s Irish head office, based at Finglas in North Dublin, will be completed by Ardmac in a fully operational environment across three floors of the building and includes the relocation of the current Hilti store on site. The project began at the end of 2018 and will be completed in three phases, with completion and handover expected to take place at the end of February 2019. The Ardmac project team is working in partnership with Hilti to develop the new fit out of the building and a design team is being led by RC Design Services.

Following the announcement Sarah McDonnell (pictured left), Head of Interiors at Ardmac, said: “We are delighted to be working with Hilti on the fit out of its head office building in Finglas. This fit out project is the latest in a series of high profile projects which we are currently completing across Ireland, so it’s been an exciting start to 2019 for us.”

Dennis Markey (pictured right), Marketing Director at Hilti Ireland, said: “Ardmac were awarded this project following a competitive tender process. As leading construction specialists, Ardmac’s focus on innovation and safety meant that they were the most aligned partner for us and this project. We look forward to seeing the Hilti building transform and grow alongside our people, over the coming months during this exciting refurbishment.”

This contract announcement follows Ardmac’s recent award of ‘Fit Out Contractor of the Year’ at the annual Fit Out awards. Ardmac was founded in 1977 and has gone from strength to strength in recent years, including a rebranding to support its ‘Building Better’ ethos.

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