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Architect:  Quinn Barnwall Buggy Architects

Phase 1 of the Loreto Secondary School in Balbriggan included the design and construction of a 1140m² two storey extension to the existing Secondary School bringing the capacity of the school to 750 pupils and was completed in 2006.

Phase 2 included the design and construction of a major 3700m² two storey extension to the existing Secondary School. The extension provided the school with a fantastic light- filled space, compromising 21 extra classrooms, science laboratories, art room, two music rooms, a state of the art gym and fitness suite, library, religion suite, computer room and offices.

The school is now one of the biggest Loreto school’s in the country with a total of 1,222 students.


Architect: O’Donnell & Tuomey Architects

Ranelagh Multi Denominational School building is a 1150m² two storey school completed in 1997. The original school was designed as an eight classroom school. A 300m² extension to the school was subsequently completed in 2007 and provides accommodation for special needs, parents meeting room, arts and crafts and a new staff room.


The project has received the following design awards:


Winner Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland Triennial Gold Medal Award 2005
(Best Building Completed in Ireland 1998-2000)


Architect: Peter Roberts Architects

St Josephs's College, Lucan is a 2150m² one to two storey extension to the existing Secondary School. The extension provided the school with new classrooms, home economics kitchen, science laboratory, multimedia language room, a canteen and new sports hall. The extension was completed in 2005 and the school now has a capacity of 845 students.


Architect: Coady Partnership Architects


Abbey Community College in Ferrybank, Co. Waterford involved the amalgamation of two existing schools. The project involved the design and construction of a 4750m² one to two storey school and included a major sports hall and all weather playing pitches. The project was completed in 2000 and accommodates 600 students.


Architect: Quinn Barnwall Buggy Architects


St Aidan’s CBS in Whitehall is a voluntary secondary school for boys under the trusteeship of the Christian Brothers.  The school was founded in 1964.  It was accommodated first in the grounds of Larkhill Boys National School and in 1968 moved to a system-built structure on the present site.  The current school included the building of a 1500m² one and two storey building and was completed in 1995.

We are currently involved in the construction of a new large sports hall on the grounds of the school and it is due for completion in mid 2013.



  • Extension to St. Finian's Community College, Swords, Co. Dublin

  • Extension to St. David's Post Primary School, Greystones, Co. Wicklow

  • Stewart's Special School, Co. Dublin

  • Extension to St. Mary's BNS, Maynooth, Co. Kildare

  • Extension to St. Conleth's School, Newbridge

  • St. Ultan's Special School, Navan

  • St. Paul's School, Monasterevan, Co. Kildare

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