Dundrum Car Park, Dublin

Dundrum Car Park, Dublin

Dublin Ireland Car Parking Epoxy FAS 100 Epoxy Flex PH Epoxy BS 3000

Dundrum car park is located in the town centre of Dundrum, Ireland. The parking contains 5 levels offering a toal of 2371 parking spaces for shoppers. Today Remmers are still involved in providing maintenance and upgrade coatings to the car park.

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Construction project:
Floor coating - industrial systems Floor coating Floor coating - slip-retarding systems Floor coating - conductive systems
Building type:
Parking garages
Short description
Originally built by building contractors John Sisk & Son, the car park at Dundrum town Centre has 110,000m2 of Remmers floor coatings and 140,000m2 of wall and soffit coatings. The system used for this project consists of Remmers epoxy FAS100, Remmers Epoxy Flex coating PH and Remmers Epoxy BS3000.
John Sisk & Son
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