Urban Regeneration Project, Sheriff Street
Irish Construction Excellence Awards 2023
Launch of the O'Mahony Pike book and 30 years of architectural practice.
2023 Irish Construction Excellence Awards Finalists
Welcoming New Director Vincent Hanratty
Irish Times Interview with Cormac Murray
Happy Christmas 2022
Irish Construction Industry Awards 2022
10 - 12 Hanover Quay Architectural Design: Commercial at the IDI 2022 Awards
CBA Cork Business of the Year Awards 2022
Tom Sweetman Retirement Announcement
Eco:Cube – A Modular Living Concept
Irish Building Project of the Year (Winner): ESB Headquarters
The 88th edition of Zak World of Façades, the international conference series, is being held in the Convention Centre, Dublin, 6th April.
Congratulations to everyone involved in the Clancy Quay project, which received a prestigious Highly Commended Certificate in the RIAI Silver Medal for Housing 2015-2017 competition, at the Housing Conference.
The construction of 11 feature Techrete columns has begun at 2 Horgan’s Quay, forming a colonnaded threshold space to the reception of 2 Horgan’s Quay...
As we look forward to an exciting year, with a particular focus on the construction of many interesting projects, O’Mahony Pike are delighted to announce the promotion of...
As we welcome a new year, O’Mahony Pike wish John & James the very best, as they step back from the Board of directors. We are delighted that they will continue to be involved in the practice and look forward to Tom Sweetman…
Merry Christmas to all our clients, colleagues, and friends from the entire team at O’Mahony Pike
O’Mahony Pike are pleased to announce the launch of CIÉs’ Heuston Masterplan. Our plan creates an exemplar of transport orientated and sustainable development across c.10ha. Placemaking and movement strategies are fundamenta…
Mary Aird & Lisa Monaghan of O’Mahony Pike are looking forward to speaking at the upcoming CITA Online Regional Week event, where they will be discussing BIM + project delivery using a case study project - 1 Horgan’s Quay
Congratulation to our BIM Manager, Eoin Prunty, on his selection for Autodesks’ list of “40 Under 40 Champions of Construction 2021”.
With 1 Horgan’s Quay and Waterfront Square now complete, we are looking forward to working with the design and contracting teams over the coming year to deliver 2 Horgan’s Quay.
A great article on Corks’ maritime history in the Irish Times, highlighting the role of conservation and design that is firmly rooted in its context in the successful redevelopment of Horgan’s Quay;
We are delighted to announce the lodgment of a planning application for a residential development for Cork Simon Community near Kent Station, Cork. Designed to complement and integrate with the emerging Horgan’s Quay Quarter
We are delighted to announce that Glenveagh Living have been granted planning permission by An Bord Pleanala for 702 apartments at Castleforbes Business Park on Sheriff Street Upper.
O’Mahony Pike Architects is delighted to be supporting Good Vibes by Goal, a weeklong wellness event helping people to feel good through these challenging times.
Located at the eastern end of the South Docklands in Cork, the redevelopment of the Former Ford Distribution Site creates an exemplary new urban community, adjoining the Marina Park and the cities’ planned light rail system.
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Roslyn Park Educational Campus has been granted planning permission. The campus at Sandymount, Dublin comprises a 16-classroom primary school and a 1000 pupil post-primary school incorporating the Gandon Villa, a protected s…
Merry Christmas to all our clients, colleagues and friends from the entire team at O’Mahony Pike
O’Mahony Pike Architects are pleased to announce the successful completion of a 399 bedroom student accommodation building on Cork Street for Carrowmore Property. Having encountered the many hurdles thrown up by the global …
We have a winner… The Irish Construction Excellence Awards 2020 Residential goes to Capital Dock.
“A birds eye view of Project Fitzwilliam as we enter the final stretch to completion, regenerating this urban block with contemporary insertions within Georgian Dublin
Congratulations to DFLA for their recent win in the Residential Category at the Irish Landscape Institutes 2020 for their landscape design on our project at Knockrabo.
O’Mahony Pike would like to congratulate Orla O’Kane on being elected as President of the Architectural Association of Ireland.
We’re looking forward to the completion of the apartments at Knockrabo, off the Mt. Anville Road, by Regency and Gem Construction. This phase of the project comprises 4 apartment buildings that step down the hill, creating …
Set within the mature landscaped area of Orchard Road, this proposed 216 bedspace student accommodation acts as an extension of UCCs’ campus.
“Work is progressing well on site at Project Fitzwilliam for the ESB - the structure is almost complete. Techrete cladding installation is under way and the hand laid load bearing brickwork wall to Fitzwilliam Street is ris…
O’Mahony Pike's early engagement with Autodesk BIM360 Design is the subject of an interview with Eoin Prunty (OMP BIM Manager) and Alex Schoenmakers (OMP Director) in Irish Building Magazine this month.
Our residential project with Cairn Homes at Marianella has been shortlisted for the RIAI Public Choice Awards, so we’d really appreciate it if you could give us your vote - voting is open until Friday, 3rd July. https://www…
Glenveagh Properties have been granted planning for a 219 bed hotel by DCC on the corner of East Road and Sheriff Street. Our design takes a prominent but underutilised corner, and turns it into a landmark within the North D…
We’re continuing to develop our expertise in 3D visualisation – please watch our video to show how a single platform can be used to showcase a 360 virtual viewing, CGIs, photographs, videos, plans and specifications, clearly…
We’re delighted that Marianella, our residential project in Rathgar that incorporates a new public park within a landscape of mature trees, has been shortlisted for the 2020 RIAI Awards, as well as Arus Mhuire, a sheltered h…
We’re delighted that we’ve been shortlisted for three awards in the 2020 Irish Construction Industry Awards, including Architectural Practice of the Year and BIM Initiative of the Year for the practice, and Residential Proje…
Our student housing project with BMOR is a key part of the regeneration of the historic city core, providing 280 bedspaces and retail units within a series of buildings and spaces that connect Grattan Street with North Main…
In recognition of National Workplace Wellbeing Day, we’ve been doing a 2km lunchtime walk…and here are some of the snaps of things that people have seen along their way!
O’Mahony Pike Architects personnel are working remotely, in line with Irish Government guidance on Covid-19 and the workplace. The practice will continue to provide continuity of service to all our valued clients, in a manne…
Following Irish Government issued guidance on Covid-19 and the workplace, O’Mahony Pike Architects will be adapting our work practices in order to minimise risk to our personnel and clients, while maintaining business contin…
Road at the entrance to the schools at Our Lady’s Grove. The 5 storey, compact form comprises floor to ceiling windows and cantilevered balconies, softened by the set-back of the penthouse units.
The new urban quarter at Horgan’s Quay is really taking shape, with the first phase of the offices and works to the Protected Structure well advanced.
An Bord Pleanala has granted planning permission for the first phase of Castlethorns’ proposed residential scheme at Woodbrook, which comprises 685 homes within an overall masterplan that is structured by existing landscape …
Our first NZEB compliant housing project, Riverwood Square in Porterstown for Castlethorn, is nearing completion.
Last week we went on a research trip to the UK, with Castlethorn and Design for Homes, to investigate innovative housing models that can deliver family housing at high densities - we’re looking forward to exploring these typ…
We’re looking forward to reading Irish Housing Design 1950 - 1980, which examines the architectural design of housing projects in Ireland from the mid-twentieth century.
Works have commenced at Brennanstown Wood, a residential development of 98 apartments, 38 house and creche facility in Dublin 18 for Park Developments.
Following last October’s grant of planning permission, with our Client Park Developments we are now progressing through post-planning design with our project at Churchview Road, Killiney.
'Brewdog opens today in the signal red pavilion at Capital Dock. The bar restaurant will be an exciting addition to this new urban quarter in the heart of the Docklands'
We are pleased to announce that An Bord Pleanála has granted planning approval to the Stillorgan Leisureplex scheme, the development of 232 apartments with associated amenities, and ground floor retail, cafe and restaurant u…
We are pleased to announce that Glenveagh Living have been granted planning by DCC for a 262 bed Premier Inn hotel and 10,000 sqm office on Sheriff Street Upper.
We are pleased to announce that An Bord Pleanala has granted planning approval to Horgan’s Quay Residential Quarter, the development of 302 apartments and associated retail and amenities at Horgan’s Quay, Cork.
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, officially turned the sod on O’Mahony Pikes’ affordable and social housing project at Boherboy Road, Cork on Saturday.
OMP was delighted to show 2nd Year Architecture students from UCD and their tutor Peter Tansey around our Student Accommodation project on Cork Street.
Congratulations to everyone involved in the successful delivery and opening of the Mayo-Roscommon Hospice building in Castlebar, Co. Mayo which was designed by O'Mahony Pike Architects in partnership with O'Neill O'Malley Ar…
We are proud to announce the launch of the Templeton Building, the first completed block of one of our most prestigious projects, the luxurious Lansdowne Place located in the heart of Dublin 4.
The winners were revealed at the black-tie gala awards ceremony on Thursday, June 13th, at the Citywest Hotel, Dublin.
Capital Dock at the end of the Grand Canal peninsula and the Officers Mess at Clancy Quay have both been nominated for the RIAI Public Choice Award 2019
Consisting of 71 homes, Camden at Royal Canal Park has been attracting professional couples, young families, and local downsizers, with Ashtown train station just a 10-minute walk away.
Well-heeled downsizers and young professionals are the target market for the first phase of apartments at Glenveagh Marina Village, Greystones
The awards recognise the quality of work carried out by RIAI members in 2017 and highlight the contribution that Irish architects make to society for everyone’s benefit.
The HQ development is located next to the new entrance to Kent Station facing onto Horgan's Quay.
The way has finally been cleared for the construction of 147 social and affordable homes on Cork’s northside on county land earmarked for transfer to the city.
The receiver for the former Irish Glass Bottle site is to negotiate the commercial sale of 550 housing units to Dublin City Council for affordable housing.
This weekend's initial release of 20 homes at Station Manor consists of three and four-bed terraced and semi-detached houses, with sizes ranging from 1,195 sq ft to 1,625 sq ft
The Project will involve the retention and refurbishment of a number of protected Georgian structures and the construction of the two new seven storey office blocks.
The marketing material for Camden, which will comprise 71 homes, lends the scheme a more cosmopolitan vibe than its predecessor.
Scholarstown Wood rolls out 27 three-, four- and five-bed A-rated homes priced from €490,000 to €775,000
US-headquartered real estate giant Kennedy Wilson has signed up global recruitment group Indeed as a tenant at its Capital Dock development in Dublin's docklands.
O’Mahony Pike architect James Pike worked on Mount St Anne’s, Hanover Quay and Adamstown
There are 60 units in the latest release, which forms part of the first phase of Marianella. The second phase will consist of three- and five-bed houses.
Clay Farm’s overall masterplan strategy seeks to deliver a considered residential scheme with a mix of housing and apartment types.
The view includes other O’Mahony Pike landmark buildings, such as Capital Dock, Montevetro and Millennium Tower.
In this phase two of Lansdowne Place, 23 properties are being brought to market at The Blake through joint agents SherryFitzGerald and Savills.
Phase II consists of an additional 163 new houses and apartments, arranged in both converted former army barracks and in new buildings designed by O’Mahony Pike Architects.
DEVELOPMENT worth €160 million, spanning eight buildings and to include 237 apartments, a 136-bed hotel, 400,000 sq ft of offices and an acre of open plaza is coming on track on Cork city’s Horgan’s Quay.
Ballinsheen Road, a sheltered housing scheme for downsizing over-60s was among four social housing projects approved for Cork City.
Marina Village Greystones has borrowed from the legacy of local iconic structures like the lighthouse at Tuskar Rock in its house types.
The Abu Dhabi-backed €650m-plus Ballsbridge development Lansdowne Place in Dublin, which includes luxury apartments and an hotel in phase two, gets its first formal launch today.
PJ Hegarty & Sons have been appointed contractors for the €150m redevelopment of ESB’s Dublin 2 head office site at Lower Fitzwilliam St.
Visible landmarks from the penthouse include other O’Mahony Pike projects, such as The Gasworks, Montevetro, Hanover Quay and Capital Dock.
In total there are eight house styles designed by architects O'Mahony Pike, which also designed the large new complex currently under way at Marianella, in Rathgar.
Knockrabo estate contains a range of different housing and apartment types, within a well-defined and well-designed public realm.
"The speed at which phase one of Alderlie sold out was unprecedented - something we haven't seen since before the downturn.”
The scheme sits on a 24ac site, with 2.8ac of landscaped open space and plans for an onsite crèche plus a new cycleway. There will be 244 houses and 70 apartments in all when it is finished.
The development will consist of 10 detached homes with sizes ranging from 1,600 sq ft to 2,893 sq ft, and eight semi-detached family homes measuring 1,733 sq ft.
Royal Canal Park is located in Pelletstown, an area between Ashtown and Cabra that has been earmarked by Dublin City Council as holding the potential for future residential growth in the capital.
The most ‘market-friendly’ house types to come up for sale at Cork’s Eden development in Blackrock get launched this weekend — semi-ds, to a traditional template, only all backed up with A3 BER energy ratings.
The 27 units are a mix of eight one-beds, 16- variously sized two-bed, and three three-bed penthouses.
Cork’s Horgan’s Quay/Railway Street site (which includes protected structures) is zoned for mixed development, with heights of four to six storeys, and up to seven storeys allowed fronting the quays.
The Student Housing Company and Bennett Construction have launched the first of three student residences in Dublin.
Earls Well in Cork’s Waterfall proposed 42 large detached 3,000-4,000 sq ft houses on equally accommodating sites, averaging one-third of an acre each.
The 1.2-hectare site at 27 Lower Fitzwilliam Street will be overhauled into a seven-storey building within the current 30,000 square metre floor space, according to the proposal.
Deaf Village Ireland is an impressive €15 million sports and social facility in Cabra, Dublin, which is being officially opened next week.