B Doherty | Fast Track flooring VHI Building Dublin | Rapidur® B5 Rapid Drying Screed

Job:VHI renovation of Old Church in Abbey Street Dublin
Smet Supported Partner:
B Doherty Screeding Services
Product:Sopro Rapidur® B5 Rapid Drying Screed Binder

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New floor installation with fast-track – rapid drying floor screed solution, allowing early final flooring installation. 

SMET supplied Sopro Rapidur® B5 Rapid Drying Screed Binder to Smet Supported Partner, Brendan Doherty Screeding Services,  for the flooring solution for the administrative building of the newly renovated VHI HQ in Dublin.

B Doherty Screeding Services completed the flooring project on behalf of lead contractor Collen Construction.

German made Rapidur® B5 Rapid Drying Screed Binder, is a special polymer-modified binder for particularly economical ­production of high-strength, rapid-set cement screed – based on DIN 18560 – allowing early floor installation.

Rapidur® B5 is suitable for use on heated screeds, bonded screeds, unbonded screeds and floating screeds. This flooring solution is particularly useful for fast-track or tightly scheduled screed laying. The newly laid Rapidur® B5 screed floor is ready to receive floor covering after approx. 3 days – after achievement of moisture content ≤ 1.8 % CM. Sopro Rapidur® B5 is supplied in 25kg bags, with 40 bags per pallet. SMET delivers another innovative, showcase flooring solution to their Smet Supported Partners.

Sopro Rapidur® B5 is supplied to our professional partners in 25kg bags, with 40 bags per pallet.

SMET delivers another innovative, showcase flooring solution to their Smet Supported Partners.  Click the link to see a showcase of jobs recently completed by expert screeder, Brendan Doherty Screeding Services.

The Sunday Business Post tells us:

‘The VHI is planning to develop new headquarters on top of the former Scots Presbyterian church hall on Abbey Street in Dublin city centre. The church will become the main entrance and foyer for the office building, while the church hall and former lecture theatre will have “a new lightweight glass and metal exoskeleton structure” of up to seven storeys built above and around them. Plans for the development, which have been submitted to Dublin City Council, were published on archiseek.com, an online discussion forum for architects. Designed by McCauley Daye O’Connell, the new building will integrate with the existing VHI offices and create a U-shaped building around the church, which will be refurbished’.

The Sunday Business Post