Cassidy Bros adds wow factor to Takeda in Dunboyne
Takeda’s (formerly Shire’s) impressive state-of-the-art new facility in Dunboyne, Co Meath has been given real wow factor by Cassidy Bros’ polished concrete.
The entrance to the giant pharmaceutical plant is decorated with equally impressive concrete plantar walls and benching.
Our team designed and supplied stunning, off-white, exposed, polished concrete installations with white dolomite chip to Takeda’s selected street furniture providers Cast It.
Cassidy Bros Managing Director, David Cassidy, said: “The new facility is a really impressive structure and we were delighted to have been involved in the supply of exposed, polished concrete benching and plantar walls. The installations have added a real wow factor to this state-of-the-art facility. It was great to work with leading Irish street furniture providers Cast It on this project.”
Takeda (Shire) – Our Project
- Tailored design of exposed, polished, concrete plantar walls and benching.
- Integrated seating styled from Cumaru (FSC-approved) air-dried timber.
- Bespoke stainless steel bracketry for assembly.
Takeda (Shire) – Our Process
- CastIt tasked our concrete design team to supply practical concrete installations for the project.
- We supplied construction samples and drawings of proposed layouts along with a proposal detailing the work to be carried out and clear pricing.
- Full construction drawings were drafted.
- The installations were manufactured and transported to Dunboyne, Co Meath for assembly.