John Sisk & Son
HireWhy Hire from Portakabin?
- 27 x Konstructa modules
- New triple stack formation
- Riverside location
- 450m2 construction office space
With around 200 workers on site at any given time during construction, main contractor John Sisk & Son wanted to offer all workers the best possible welfare facilities during the development, a multimillion Euro project which will see Ireland’s tallest building constructed.
Portakabin installed 27 modules in an innovative new triple stack formation for John Sisk & Son, providing 450m2 of office space. Craning in beside the bustling River Liffey and alongside one of the city’s major arterial roads, Portakabin displayed its long running logistical expertise with minimal impact on the live site and surrounding environment.
Tony Dunne, Hire Manager at Portakabin said: “We custom-designed a triple-stack structure of our site accommodation product, which we have never done before; putting modules together like this meant that space was optimised on the busy construction site.
"Despite designing and testing something completely new to us, we were able to deliver and install the buildings just two months after initial talks with John Sisk & Son.”
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