By Limerick City and County Council and Enterprise Ireland.
Limerick City and County Council (LCCC) in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland will launch a €80k Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Challenge to find innovative solutions which address Fire Safety and Universal Access in Historic Buildings.
LCCC supported by the SBIR is inviting companies to tender to develop solutions to address two of the key issues relating to the reuse of historic buildings within the City Centres of Limerick and Dublin. We are looking for most cost effective least damaging, and effective solutions to deal with fire safety and universal access in the ongoing use of the historic built environment to create a more sustainable development model for these historic structures. The solution should be practical in the provision of fire safety and universal access routes that tests the parameters as set out within the building regulations.
The SBIR challenge is a joint initiative between the LCCC, Dublin City Council, Local Enterprise Office Limerick, Innovate Limerick and Enterprise Ireland and is open for applications from 14th September until 12 noon on 9th November 2018. Successful applicants will be selected by an open competition tender process run over a number of phases. Interested parties can apply on E-Tenders until the closing date of the 9th November 2018.
For information about the SBIR Briefing: Seeking Smart Solutions for Fire Safety and Universal Access to Historic Buildings event taking place on Wednesday October 3rd please click here.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The Engine is conveniently located 3-4 minutes walking distance from Colbert Train and Bus Station in Limerick. Parking is available at the train station.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Upper Cecil Street, Limerick V94 TN 32