Commercial:

GLAXO SMITH KLINE OFFICE DEVELOPMENT

Architect: Ryan O’Brien Handy Architects

GlaxoSmithKline’s office development in Rathfarnham, Dublin 16, involved the design and construction of a new four storey office building with the primary superstructure consisting of structural steel columns on a grid of 6.0m by 6.6m supporting a ‘SLIMFLOOR’ composed of composite steel beams and composite profiled metal deck with reinforced concrete. 

BLANCHARDSTOWN RETAIL PARK

Architect:  A & D Wejchert

Blanchardstown Retail Park is a single storey 7000m² portal framed building consisting of 8 large scale retail spaces. The entrances face The Blanchardstown Centre with carpark contained between both. Deliveries are screened from the motorway by an elegant masonry wall.

NO 1 GRAND CANAL QUAY

Architect: de Blacam and Meagher Architects

No. 1 Grand Canal Quay is a seven storey Office Building with 2 underground parking levels. The building is T shaped on plan and is broken up into two blocks with vertical circulation and core areas located centrally at the junction of each block. The building tapers in alignment with the adjacent railway track and has a full height atrium to the south façade facing out over the railway. The building also has a link bridge on the sixth floor connecting it to the Malt House building across the road.

​NO 4 ST. CATHERINE'S LANES

Architect: de Blacam and Meagher Architects

No. 4 St. Cathrine’s Lane is a four storey Office Building with an underground parking for a Private Client. The building is square in plan and includes a full height atrium through the spine of the building. The building is naturally ventilated and includes exposed structural steel beams and columns with exposed prestressed concrete floor slabs.

NO. 2 HADDINGTON ROAD

Architect: Gilroy MacMahon Architects

No. 2 Haddington Road is a four storey Office Building with an underground parking for a Private Client. The building is located between Haddington Road and The Grand Canal at the rear of the building and required extensive basement level temporary works in order to support the surrounding buildings and canal during it’s construction.

THE TIPPERARY VENUE

Architect: O'Connell Mahon Architects

The Tipperary Venue is a multi-functional commercial development for a Private Client located on a 800 Acre site on the N8 close to Two-Mile Borris in Co. Tipperary. The development includes a 2 mile horse race course, a dog racing track with a back to back multi-storey grandstand, an Equestrian Centre with two indoor arenas with facilities for 4,500 spectators, a 500 bedroom hotel, which includes ballrooms, conference facilities and several restaurants. The development also includes a replica of The White House designed as a Memorial to the Architect James Hoban.