Skainos Square - The Building
Skainos is designed and built with a host of environmentally sensitive innovations.The building utilises a natural ventilation strategy. This method of bringing fresh air into the occupied spaces has its roots in the architectural concept, which reduces the need to mechanically ventilate or air condition spaces.
The building uses minimum resources to the maximum effect. Heating and water services to all areas are supplied from a central plant room. A biomass boiler plant has been installed reducing CO2 emissions associated with heating and hot water production while also taking advantage of load diversity across the development to increase efficiency. Solar thermal panels generate hot water for the entire building.
Intelligent lighting controls matched to low energy lighting significantly reduces the energy consumption, further reducing CO2 emissions.
Facilities at Skainos
Skainos invite you to visit the centre to experience the range of features which make Skainos a superior a conference centre in Belfast. Our meeting rooms have been equipped with premium quality, modern technology to suit all requirements. WiFi is available throughout the building.
Skainos Ltd. is a social economy organisation, and a registered charity. By choosing to support our venue you are supporting the work of East Belfast Mission, changing lives in East Belfast.
Skainos has a flexible pricing structure with extra discount for Voluntary and Community organisations.
Skainos is governed by a Board of Directors who bring a wide range of experience to the management of the Centre. The Board consists of:
Thomas H Millar - Chairman Maurice Grey Mark McElhinney
Nicky Blair Linda Hopley Rev. Brian Anderson
Niall Sheridan Joe O'Donnell
Jon Anderson Bernie McConnell
The Refresh café on the site can provide catering for all sizes of events. Contact the Catering Manager on 028 90738304 for more information.
Please Note: When visiting Skainos there is ample on street parking available - try as far as possible to avoid parking in front of people’s houses or local businesses who often rely on passing trade.