Bottleworks enterprise and innovation building
Delivers a bright, spacious work environment
For dynamic and cutting-edge companies.











Attention to detail and finishes are second to none at Bottleworks. Every square inch of space and surface has been designed to create a contemporary work environment.

Area Schedule
Basis of calculation IPMS 3 & SCSI 2006

Poured seamless terrazzo with brass trims.

External glazed black brick to front of facade.
Black back painted glass faces onto a bespoke rib wall in reception.

New painted plasterboard to all ceilings inside the main entrance reception space.

Workspace Areas
Ground Workspace Floor
Medium grade raised access floor system.

Internal walls are skimmed and painted plasterboard with diamond matt emulsion paint. External walls are double glazed facade system and RC wall construction with insulation and rain screen cladding.

Ground Floor Ceilings
800mm plasterboard ceiling trim around the perimeter with exposed black painted services elsewhere. Main ceilings exposed concrete for future tenant fit out on each floor level.

2 no. lifts serving all floors including -1 floor. Rated load of 900kg, rated speed 1.6m/s, no. of stops/landing doors 5/5, no. of persons 10.

1 no. bike/bin lift serving -1 level and lower ground.
Rated load of 1050kg, rated speed 1.0m/s, no. of stops 2, no. of doors; front & rear at basement level and front at ground floor, no. of persons 13.

Built up reinforced bitumen membrane warm deck roof covering with Kingspan Insulation. New Fall Arrest Davitt Arm system incorporated for future cleaning and maintenance. Future space allowance for Photovoltaic Panels for improved Building Energy A2 Rating.

Air-conditioned workspaces, café and reception using low energy VRF fan coil units situated underneath the ceiling slab (exposed ground floor workspace).

Occupancy 1 person/8 m2.
Fresh air rate to offices 10l/s per person.
Water storage is 45 litres per person.

High efficiency Monobloc Air to water heat pumps provide both LTHW heating to circulation, back of building and washroom area and domestic hot water requirements to the washrooms.

Future tenant plant space allowance provided at roof level for tenant plant.

Lighting to front of building will be Dali compatible with dimmable LED light sources. Lighting to the back of building areas will be dimmable LED light sources.

New landlord and tenants meters located within the main adjoining switch room. The 400-volt electrical supply to the tenant boards will be sourced from a new ESB sub station, adjacent to the main entrance via a new main DB with multi-tenant outgoing ways. The main LV distribution board will include for whole current & CT metering cubicles allowing for metering on a floor by floor basis. All earthing and bonding of the installation to current ETCI standards.

Fire detection and alarm system coverage will be provided in accordance with IS3218 2013 Type L2/L3MX system classification.

Disabled refuge areas alarm and call point including disabled toilet alarm.

Emergency lighting: 1 Lux on escape routes.

Intruder alarm
Access controlled entrances on Ground Floor
Intercom system
CCTV system

Large individual fully tiled shower rooms with integrated changing facilities.

Adjacent to the showering facilities there is a large secure bicycle storeroom with dedicated bicycle lift.

The building has an excellent A3 BER Rating.

The Building Energy Rating (BER) is an indication of the energy performance of office buildings in Ireland.

It covers energy use for space heating, water heating, ventilation, air conditioning and lighting calculated on the basis of standard occupancy.

It is expressed as primary energy use per unit floor area per year (kWh/m2/yr).

15 Barrow Street is 117 kWh/m2/yr 0.34 equating to A3 BER Rating on the BER Scale A-G.

A-rated Offices are the most energy efficient and will tend to have the lowest energy bills whereas G-Rated offices have high energy cost in running them annually.

The building has been designed to comply with the interim NZEB performance specification.

Nearly Zero Energy Building means a building that has a very high energy performance. The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant extent by energy from renewable sources or the overall energy performance of the building should be equivalent to the performance of the building as if the renewable energy ratio has been achieved.

The building will have a Carbon Performance Coefficient (CPC) less than the Maximum Permitted CPC (MPCPC) of 1.15. The building, therefore, achieves the NZEB performance specification for energy and carbon dioxide emissions.