HIL/BAM – The Brewery Quarter Mixed-Use Development – Munster - Project Profile
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BAM Contractors Ltd (BAM) and Heineken Ireland Ltd (HIL) are jointly undertaking the construction of Cork Brewery Quarter mixed-use project in Munster, Ireland.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use complex comprising of a 6,000-seat arena and events center known as 'Cork Events and Convention Venue', student apartments, office, a bar and parking facilities.
It includes the construction of a 360-degree viewing tower, tourist centre, a seven-screen cinema complex, retail units, artists' studios, offices and related facilities and the installation of safety and security systems.
On December 20, 2010, a major planning application for the development of a new Brewery Quarter was submitted to the Cork City Council (CCC).
On July 29, 2011, the CCC granted planning permission for the project. In January 2012, An Bord Pleanala granted permission for the redevelopment of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery site.
Philip Blackwell Design has been appointed as landscape architect and STW Architects and Jack Coughlin Associates as architects.
The project will be operated by global entertainment group Live Nation.
In December 2014, CCC approved Cork Events and Convention Venue.
On June 8, 2015, the project secured approval for US$22 million funding from EU, US$13 million from Government and up to US$9 million from CCC.
The in-house division of BAM will undertake the construction works for the project.
In February 2017, BAM has requested a further US$13 million in funding as a part of contingency costs.
On February 26, 2017, Brewery Quarter Student Accommodation received planning permission.
In May 2017, Curraheen and Carrigtwhohill have been proposed as alternative sites for Cork Events and Convention Venue.
Planning activities are underway for Cork Events and Convention Venue, office building, retail units.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use complex on South Main Street at the former Beamish and Crawford Brewery site in Cork, Munster, Ireland.
The US$203 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 6,000-seat arena and events center