Pepsi BCP Extension
The phased construction of extensions to the existing warehouse forming process rooms for juice production and a new high-level MCC room.
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Project Overview

The project involved phased extensions to the existing warehouse, forming process and MCC rooms. The scope of works were:

Phase 1
The works comprised of a circa 900m² extension to the existing warehouse to form process rooms for juice production, with circa 100m² of first floor plantroom area, east and west stairs blocks, and a new walkaway at high level. Associated site works included site clearance, demolition of a section of the existing link building to facilitate the new works, reduced site levels, a new access road to the building, a retaining wall to the road, concrete footpath and landscaping, storm and process drainage connecting to existing services, and electrical ducting.

Phase 2
The second phase of works involved the construction of a new high-level MCC room to the east of the newly constructed BCP building, with a ground level storage room. The works also included the construction of a new extension to the west to accommodate a new powder room, which also incorporates the separation of the new process area inside the BCP building from the remainder of the area.

Key Features

  • All works carried out in a live manufacturing plant
  • Two ISO 6 cleanrooms for bulk concentrate production (864m²)
  • Construction of a new warehouse similar to that of the existing building
  • Both phases of works were designed, coordinated, planned and installed using BIM level 2
PepsiCo Worldwide Flavours
Project Team
PepsiCo Worldwide Flavours
BJS Consultants
Quantity Surveyor:
Harris Coyle Breen
Structural Engineer:
BJS Consultants
M&E Consultant:
Project Details
Contract Value:
€5.8 Million
Floor Area:
20 months