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100 temporary jobs as office building at Dublin’s Charlemont Place gets facelift

The work is expected to be completed in Q2 of 2018.

THE CHARLEMONT EXCHANGE building at Dublin’s Charlemont Place is getting an extensive refurbishment, including two new floors.

02 Aerial A053_C`harlemont Exchange Source: Savills

Some 100 construction jobs, direct and indirect labour, are expected to be created during the project.

When complete, Charlemont Exchange will extend to 89,118 sq ft of office space over seven floors, accommodating up to 1,200 office workers. The property is being marketed to let by Savills.

The redevelopment will also include a light filled double height reception along with the creation of a terrace at 6th floor level, re-glazing of the existing corner drum feature and new entrance doors and windows.

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Terrace Source: Savills

Walls Construction started the work in July 2017 and it’s expected to be finished in Q2 2018.

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