Probe into water leaks at giant Dublin apartment complex
Two engineering firms examining eight blocks at Beacon South Quarter
Extensive investigations are under way to find the source of ongoing water leaks at an apartment complex with more than 600 units in Sandyford, south Co Dublin.
Two engineering firms are examining the issues at the eight blocks of the Beacon South Quarter development known as The Cubes to try to find the cause of leaks from balconies in some apartments.
The engineers have been brought in by Aramark Properties, which manages the Beacon South Quarter...
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