Attenuation Tank Waterproofing – Boland’s Quay


Reaching new heights in the heart of the Dublin Docklands

Boland’s Quay is an exciting new landmark development constructed by BAM Builders.

SURFASOLOGY went deep into the bowels of this prestigious structure to waterproof the Attenuation Tank, the Wet Wells and the Pump chambers using products from the Drizoro Range.

The surface preparation was completed using Maxplug, Maxrite 500 and CONCRESEAL 5, whilst the waterproof coating was provided using the spray applied non-toxic, flexible waterproof coating Maxseal Flex.


Type of Job Waterproofing od Attenuation Tank, Wet Wells, and Pump Chambers
Products Maxseal Flex, Mesh, Maxplug, Maxrite 500, Concreseal 5
Main Contractors 

BAM Building Ltd.
Sub-Contractor SURFASOLOGY
Location Dublin 2
Construction Completion 2019-2020

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Jamie Smyth

Quantity Surveyor

Jamie brings our team a wealth of knowledge in project costs management, from the cost and risk analysis to the preparation and submissions of tenders and valuations.

Jamie has spent over ten years working as a Quantity Surveyor with a background in the construction industry (from residential build to pharma projects). He has been involved in all aspects of construction collaborating with small builders and large contractors on projects of varying sizes and scale. All this contributed to his thorough understanding of the requirements and priorities when performing his tasks of a Quantity Surveyor.

On a personal note, Jamie enjoys playing soccer and is a true golf fanatic. He enjoys travelling and fine dining.

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