Published On: August 31, 2015

Plans for a new state-of-the-art crematorium in north Dublin have now been unveiled. Construction will begin this month on a new facility in Dardistown Cemetery, near Dublin Airport. The crematorium will be a non-denominational facility, offering alternatives to traditional burials to people from all religions and backgrounds. The public area of the building will be separated into two congregation spaces, with room for 150 people each, which can be merged in to one for larger services.

The Cemetery will be run by Glasnevin Trust, and their CEO George McCullough stated: “Once open, Dardistown crematorium will operate six days a week, providing a much-needed service for the greater north Dublin area, as well as Louth, Meath and Cavan”

Brendan Merry &Partners have embraced the opportunity to extend their ecclesiastical knowledge on this project and work with A&D Wejchert & Partners Architects. The Main contractor for this project will be Purcell Construction Ltd.

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