Rapid Drying Gypsol Screeds in Dublin with Glenbrier Construction No. 1 Ballsbridge, Dublin
A construction of mixed development comprising of multi storey building including retail, offices and 90 residential apartments at No. 1 Ballsbridge, Dublin 4; this current project is being built by leading Irish main contractor Glenbrier Construction. The site is located in a leafy and trendy area of South Central Dublin, in the shadow of the iconic Aviva Arena in Lansdowne Road.
From the concept and design meetings held over a year ago through to current construction, Gypsol has been closely involved with design and supply of screed. Our partner Roadstone and screeding contractor MS Floorscreed have manufactured and delivered over 8,000m2 of liquid screed with a further 2000m2 still to be installed.
Laid with Underfloor Heating in the apartment areas, we are advised that the screed is fully dry to the requirements for application of final coverings after no longer than three weeks!
Due to a fast- track build programme on this development, the main contractor is delighted that Gypsol and the team looking after the screed works have delivered on their promises! This result matches recent independent test reports showing similar dry rates for a Gypsol screed, based on correct design, management and installation of screed as well as utilisation of the Underfloor Heating being switched on after 7 days post- installation of the screed.
Michael Coyne from MS Floorscreed delivered these site- test results recently and as a team we are working to spread this message to designers and contractors throughout the Emerald Isle!
Working with Roadstone, the leading producer of concrete and screed products in Ireland and with close relationships to premier installers, Gypsol are delighted to be able to offer these liquid screeds in a number of locations.
For information on Roadstone screed products, call Mr Enda Gallagher 00 (353 from UK) 87 699 3356
For installation advice, call MS Floorscreed (Mr Michael Coyne) 00 (353 from UK) 87 922 0739
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