2023 Irish Construction Excellence Awards Finalists
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
Irish Building Project of the Year (Winner): ESB Headquarters
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.
Set within the mature landscaped area of Orchard Road, this proposed 216 bedspace student accommodation acts as an extension of UCCs’ campus.
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 …
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.
Well-heeled downsizers and young professionals are the target market for the first phase of apartments at Glenveagh Marina Village, Greystones
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 HQ development is located next to the new entrance to Kent Station facing onto Horgan's Quay.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Knockrabo estate contains a range of different housing and apartment types, within a well-defined and well-designed public realm.
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.
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.
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.