• November 2, 2022

    This development consisted of refurbishment and alterations to the existing buildings of Bay 135 and 137 at Shannon Free Zone, Shannon Airport, Co. Clare. The original buildings consist of a reinforced concrete frame with prestressed large-span rafte …

  • October 6, 2022

    Works comprised of the construction of a 10,405m², 1000-pupil Post-Primary school in Naas which includes teaching accommodation, a PE hall, a special needs unit with a sensory garden, 3 ball courts and an all-weather pitch. The school is a BER A3 ene …

  • September 13, 2022

    The two-storey building initially built in 1999, is now operational and the works consisted of approximately 1800m2 of fit-out, fire safety upgrade works and improvements to the existing car park. The office supplements Ryanair DAC`s existing corpora …

  • September 6, 2022

    This Housekeeping and Technical Services Building forms part of the overall €250m Centre Parcs Forest development and comprised of the construction of a 1500m² structural steel frame building on a reinforced concrete slab. The exterior of the buildin …

  • September 6, 2022

    This project consisted of the repurposing of an existing industrial unit in the Shannon Free Zone as a Control Centre and Workshop for the Future Mobility Campus which has been established across the Shannon Free Zone Area. Future Mobility Campus Ire …

  • August 11, 2022

    This project comprised of the refurbishment and upgrade of 2 buildings located at the Shannon Free Zone. Building 2 consisted of the construction of new clean rooms, office space, meeting rooms and staff welfare areas including associated MEP works, …

  • August 8, 2022

    This project consists of the demolition of the two existing ‘Marine View’ two-storey apartment blocks and the construction of a new five-storey apartment block and ancillary structures including a refuse compound, bicycle shed and comms room. The sit …

  • June 23, 2022

    As part of the overall proposed Inner Relief Road which includes approx. 1.1km of link road, footpaths & cycleways to connect to the existing 1.85km section of the Northern Inner Relief Road, the phase 1 works include Junction Upgrades and Signal …

  • June 22, 2022

    The Cathedral of the Assumption was built in 1827 – 37 on a hill overlooking Tuam and was the second Roman Catholic Cathedral (after Newry) to be built in Ireland after Catholic Emancipation. The building is built of limestone with buttresses, elabor …

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