Bolands Mills Timelapse & Project Managment Cameras
Located on the Grand Canal Dock in Dublin and including a number of buildings, Boland’s Mill has been a symbolic site for the public since 1830. Currently undergoing reconstruction, it is aiming to become Bolands Quay looking to lodge new residences, as well as commercial and civic capacities.
Boland’s Mill served as the headquarters of the Irish Volunteers in early 1916. Due to the incorporation of industrial and commerical areas around the docklands of Dublin, it offered great diversity in socio-economic terms. The importance of its location was seen in the presence of transport links, connecting Dublin to the southern ferry port of Kingstown.
In 2016, it was decided to restore the historic buildings of Boland’s Mill, which is to be completed in 2018. The restorations include the construction of new houses, apartments and offices.
This project was done in cooperation with evercam.
Three new towers will take their place. The construction of the towers will be documented 24/7 for the entire project duration.
The cameras are also shared with project partners Arup, BKD and Bruce Shaw. This allows for collaboration and communication between the partners. One of the cameras is hosted by Arup, as their HQ on Pearse St has a good view of the site.