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The upgrade, refurbishment & complete fit-out of an existing 15year old, 6000sq.m commercial property designed to create an outstanding contemporary workplace and a ‘new home’ for future business. The primary challenge being to give full consideration to the relocation of existing staff & operations, from their previous building, to a new home within East Point Business Park, Dublin.  Provision was made to accommodate 500+ people with the need to fully upgrade and enhance the interior environment of an existing building. 


The development of new office | workplace| training | learning accommodation went hand in hand with arvato’s continuing commitment to create a ‘great place to work’ and future growth plans for the business.  Key stakeholders | departments were engaged as part of the briefing process, with the aim of adopting an inclusive relationship with all parties throughout respective stages of the project.  The outcome being a project that was successfully delivered in line with an agreed timeline/programme and which exceeded client expectations.

'The new building provides an exceptional working environment and is an integral component in the development of our business'

Adrienne Bevins
Finance Director, Arvato Finance



 “I am delighted that arvato has delivered on its promise and is further expanding its employee numbers and physical presence. The Government has been working hard to improve Ireland’s attractiveness as a business location and it’s great to see international companies expand and thrive in Ireland.”

Enda Kenny, An Taoiseach


“We’re confident in the business environment and the highly skilled people we need to support future growth. We look forward to occupying our new offices and continuing the success story”

Andrea Kaminski,

President, International Finance, Arvato Bertelsmann

Project Team:

Lead Consultant (Architecture/Design) – studio | dsq

Main Contractor – IIS Space

Quantity Surveyor – John F Dillon Associates

M&E Services Consultant – JMC Associates

Key Suppliers: OBOS, Actiu



Cahir Davitt

Daithi Taylor

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