TOBIN Consulting Engineers is highly experienced in the delivery of projects in the Amenity, Recreation and Tourism sectors. Our team of specialists in the Civil I Design Build I Water (CDBW) Division offer environmentally sustainable solutions for greenways, blueways, greening strategies and other ‘activity based’ infrastructure and development projects of varying type and scale all over Ireland and the UK.

We have provided specialist engineering expertise throughout all project stages on multiple projects for many clients in both water based and land-based amenity, recreation and tourism developments. These projects include for walkways and trails, cycleways, recreational parks, activity parks, and other large-scale outdoor amenity settings.

Featured Project Examples

Diamond Hill

There are few sights on the Western seaboard quite as breath taking as the Connemara National Park in Co. Galway. Nestled in the north-west corner of this natural national treasure is Diamond Hill, a clearly identifiable landmark in the region due to its pyramidal profile.

To quote the Irish Independent’s Christopher Somerville, ‘Diamond Hill is, first and last, a proper mountain’. The weather-stubborn quartzite rock on its ancient hill face is highly reflective and, unsurprisingly, gives the mountain its name.

Shannon Monastic Greenway

TOBIN Consulting Engineers, in partnership with Land Use Consultants (UK) have been awarded the contract to prepare a Feasibility Study for a proposed greenway from Shannon Harbour, Co. Offaly, via Shannonbridge, to Athlone, Co. Westmeath. The project, which is funded under the 2020 Carbon Tax Fund, will involve extensive public consultation and participation and is starting with a ‘blank sheet’ in the examination of possible route corridors.

Kilbeggan to Mullingar Greenway

TOBIN Consulting Engineers, in partnership with Land Use Consultants (UK) have been awarded the contract to prepare a Feasibility Study for a proposed greenway from Kilbeggan, to Mullingar. The project, which is funded under the 2020 Carbon Tax Fund, will involve extensive public consultation and participation and is starting with a ‘blank sheet’ in the examination of possible route corridors.

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