Tricon Celebrate Twenty-Five Years of Success in Dublin

As Microsoft unveil their stunning new headquarters in Dublin, Tricon Foodservice Consultants reflect back on twenty-five years of success in the city.

From Google to Microsoft, Tricon’s sufoodservice advice Dublinccessful growth has been partly the result of its many highly acclaimed projects in Dublin. Their first project in the city was Allied Irish Bank and the successful completion of this design led Tricon being appointed to work on a string of the city’s most high-profile projects including Deutsche Bank, Hewlett Packard, the Central Bank of Ireland, Merrill Lynch, NTMA and many more.

The epic Gordon House project for Google remains one of the most iconic buildings in the city’s high-tech business sector. Completed in 2013, this modern masterpiece was designed by a collaborative team of Swiss architecture studio Camenzind Evolution and local firm Henry J. Lyons Architects, the campus represents the Google EU Headquarters and serves as the centre for sales and finances in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It is one of more than eight projects Tricon have completed for Google across their European portfolio with each design unique to its location.

Most recently Tricon have worked with Microsoft on their own stunning European HQ which was revealed to the world last month. With some incredible features such as the in-office bakery and coffee micro roastery the new office is home to more than 2000 staff. Tricon’s involvement has been central to the project, beginning with the development of the foodservice strategy that had to reflect Microsoft’s values of creativity and innovation. The next phase was the completion of the detailed design work, followed by operator procurement and finally overseeing construction of the foodservice facilities.

And it’s not just corporate projects that Tricon have worked on in Dublin, their other foodservice schemes include the Dublin Convention Centre, the Dundrum Centre and Mater Hospital.

Commenting on their 25 years of success, Tricon’s Managing Director Mike Coldicott said “over the years we have enjoyed working in Dublin watching it grow and develop as one of the major business hubs in the EU, and now with many corporates planning their strategy for post Brexit I’m sure it will only strengthen the Dublin market further”

Projects currently being worked on by the Tricon team and nearing completion include :

  • Anglo American & DeBeers
  • TK Max European HQ
  • Schroders HQ