We are delighted to announce that Bennett (Construction) Ltd have won two awards at the 2016 Irish Fitout Awards. The Fit Out Awards celebrate excellence in the execution of world-class fit outs, and also the people and clients who drive these projects.
Our recently completed European Headquarters for Airbnb won an award for Fit Out Project of the Year Office New Build.
The Airbnb project was a fast track fitout which ran concurrently with the shell & core works of a refurbished 19th century warehouse building. The works extended over 3 floors and included a large open atrium with glazed roof light, meeting rooms, reception area, full commercial kitchen, break out space and circulation space leading around the work areas.
The client brief was clear and detailed with a strong emphasis on quality and a back ground of tight time lines and clear budget constraints.
We are also delighted to have claimed the award for Fit Out Project of the Year-International for our project Leman Street Locke in London for our client SACO.
We were engaged to deliver a 24 storey tower from inception right through to completion which is the first of the Locke Brand situated in London and is located within minutes from 'The Cities Square Mile', Shoreditch and Tower Bridge. Leman Locke offers a calm refuge at the heart of the nonstop capital. Each of Locke’s 168 suites has been meticulously designed to include everything you want – regardless of whether you're staying for the night or a year.
The apartments were fitted out to a very high specification as our client operates in the premium end of the serviced apartment market.
Well done to our site teams, the design teams and all involved on this fantastic achievement!
Michael Keogh, Paul Bruton, Bennett Construction receiving the award for the Fit Out Project of the Year – Office New Build (Airbnb) (presented by Jannicke-Marie Johansen, Ethos Engineering)
Paul Bruton, Bennett Construction receiving the award for Fit Out Project of the Year – International - Leman Street Locke, (presented by Richard Hemming, StructureTone)