Sunday July 5, 2020

Cork 2017: Construction begins on €20m central office development

18th June, 2017
James Murphy O’Connor, director, Stone Works Properties; Simon Coveney, deputy leader of Fine Gael; Theo Cullinane of BAM Construction and Ray O’Connor, regional manager at IDA Ireland

Stone Work Properties last week started demolition works at Camden Place in Cork city, in preparation for the construction of a €20 million office development facing the Opera House.

The centrally-located development will incorporate the existing Venetian-style façade of what was in the past Atkins Garden Centre, into a contemporary glazed exterior.

Cork-based BBMOC Architects designed the contemporary structure, with a view to complementing the landmark building that dates from the late 19th...

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