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The Primary Care Centre Projects will reach practical completion at different intervals between August of this year and Q1 of 2018.

Background

In 2012, the Irish Government announced its intention to develop a host of Primary Care Centres at a number of strategic locations across Ireland with a capital value of over €140 million. This investment was central to a broader €2.25 billion Infrastructure Stimulus Package being introduced by the then Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin TD. Initially, 35 locations were identified for the for PCC sites. From this list, 14 locations were selected and developed by the HSE to be brought through to a preliminary design and statutory planning process.

Meeting Patient’s Needs

These Primary Care Centres provide a one-stop shop for patient’s primary care needs such as a GP, a physiotherapist, an occupational therapist, and a counsellor. A number of the centres will also include a list of additional community based services including:

  • early intervention teams
  • child and adolescent mental health services
  • dental services
  • community mental health services

TOBIN Consulting Engineers: Our Services

To date, TOBIN Consulting Engineers has delivered the full suite of Civil and Structural Engineering Services for JJ Rhatigan and Company Ltd (as part of the Prime-Balfour Beatty Consortium) for Ballinrobe PCC, Claremorris PCC, Coolock PCC, Limerick PCC, Summerhill PCC, Tuam PCC and Westport PCC. These vital local Primary Care Centres range in gross floor area size from 500m² to 5,000m² and are completed to an A3 energy rating. TOBIN Consulting Engineers has delivered our Civil and Structural Engineering services to date from our Galway, Dublin and Castlebar offices, and has drawn on the resources of our experienced ‘Building & Infrastructure’ Teams based locally at all of the PCC locations.

Latest Update

The Primary Care Centre Projects at Ballinrobe, Claremorris, Coolock, Limerick, Summerhill, Tuam and Westport will reach practical completion at different intervals between August of this year and Q1 of 2018.

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