Pallas Foods, Dublin

Pallas Foods, Dublin

Dublin Ireland Ceramix 03

Over 3000m2 of Remmers flooring systems were used in the facility including heavy duty polyurethane screed ( Remmers crete RT ) to the refrigerated storage areas / Remmers ceramix colour quartz to canteen and wash rooms and Remmers floormix and Chemical resistant coating to vehicle maintenance and battery charge areas.

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Construction project:
Floor coating - industrial systems Floor coating Floor coating - conductive systems
Short description
New Food Distribution Centre for Sysco / Pallas Foods in North County Dublin . The New €45m facility on 40-acre site, includes two warehouse sections totalling 33,000 sq.m, half of which is refrigerated and also incorporates 2,500 sq.m. of high specification offices. The facility employs 300 people.
Pallas Foods
Site address:
D11 VP3F Dublin
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