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Europe

Harcourt Square Development Dublin, Ireland

Linesight have negotiated various main contract elements and packages within the client’s project budget.

Key Contact

David Egan

David Egan

Associate Director

Europe

David.Egan@linesight.com

Contact Representative

21st May 2024

Harcourt Square, an exemplar office development by Henry J Lyons for Hibernia REG, provides over 39,000 sqm of best-in-class, headquarters-style office, commercial, and support space within an elegant contemporary building.

Restoring the line of the streetscape, the building mediates between a Georgian terrace and nearby large-scale commercial buildings and transforms the public realm with new active loggias and sunken gardens.

A layered, ordered façade of limestone, anodised aluminum, and glass references both Georgian Dublin and nearby historic buildings such as the National Concert Hall.

Inside, arranged around a pair of atria, efficient and light-filled office space has been designed for optimal performance and flexibility.

Value add

  • Linesight developed a bespoke open procurement strategy which involved tendering all design and domestic packages collaboratively with the contractor. This involved using enhanced supply chain management, including thorough advanced planning, and utilising the team’s vast procurement knowledge and negotiation skills to deliver the best outcomes.
  • Linesight have negotiated various main contract elements and packages within the client’s project budget.
  • Linesight have actively engaged in package procurement to ensure packages are procured within the development budget and to ensure best value for money for our client. 

Data

Client

Hibernia Real Estate Group

Size

39,943 sq.m Basement: 6,500 sq.m

Sustainability

LEED, Well Platimunim

Status

Ongoing

David Egan

David Egan

Associate Director

Europe

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