We are delighted to be providing the full M&E design for the proposed shell & core and fit-out of Workday European headquarters in Grangegorman, Dublin 7, plans for which were lodged to Dublin City Council recently.
Consistent with the Grangegorman Masterplan vision, and the requirements of the Grangegorman Planning Scheme the development will form a high-quality and prominent gateway to Grangegorman at Broadstone.
The proposed development will comprise two landmark buildings either side of the public thoroughfare of St. Brendan’s Way. Workday Ltd is seeking a 10-year planning permission for the scheme at the Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) at Grangegorman.
The pair of buildings will provide office accommodation for approximately 3,500, increased from current 1,800 in Dublin, Workday staff working across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. They will also include community and retail spaces at street level.
The basements will include a gym and wellness suite and the scheme will also provide for 564 bicycle parking spaces and 36 electric scooter charging stands.
Workday first publicly announced its intention to construct new EMEA headquarters in Grangegorman in April 2022.
According to the company representatives, Workday believes that the new proposed EMEA headquarters will enable it to grow its existing community partnerships, such as that with TU Dublin, create new jobs and generate further economic benefit to the local area.
Subject to planning approvals, the company anticipates the construction commence in September 2024.