Health Care:

WEXFORD HOSPITAL

Architect: Brian O’Connell Architects

Fearon O’Neill Rooney was first appointed to Wexford Regional Hospital in 1980 in connection with the preparation of the Protective Development Control Plan which was published in 1980. The total floor area for the project was 24,000m².  Work on the first stage included the construction of the Theatres, Radiology, Catering, Wards, Coronary Care Unit, Intensive Care Unit, Records, Physical medicine, administration/concourse, Pharmacy, Boiler house etc. with a total floor area of 10,000m².

We have since been involved in a number of projects at Wexford Regional Hospital including The Ambulance Center (1996), The Mortuary (1997), A new Catscan Unit (2000), an Extension to the St. Brigid’s Ward (2001/02), a Medical Assessment Unit (2002), an Elderly Day Care Unit (2003), an On-Call Accommodation (2003) and new Outpatients Department (2003/04).

ST. LUKES HOSPITAL, KILKENNY

Architect: Brian O’Connell Architects

Fearon O’Neill Rooney was first appointed to the design team responsible for the preparation of the Development Control Plan for St. Luke’s Hospital which was published in October 1994. The total floor area for the project was 16,300m².

 We have since been involved in a number of projects at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny including an Acute Psychiatric Unit, a Coronary Care Unit & Wards, a CT Scan unit, an Outpatients Department, a Stores and Link building, enabling works and work related to the new ground floor entrance, sub street and ward refurbishments with a combined floor area in excess of 7000m² as well as Infrastructural road works and a Car Park facility for over 600 cars.

SWORDS HEALTH CENTRE, DUBLIN

Architect: A&D Wejchert

Swords Health Centre a community health centre at Swords for the HSE and is intended as a major element in the integrated Community Health History for the Swords area.

The site faces towards Swords Castle, and slopes towards the Ward River and the public park in front of the castle. In response to the shape of the site, the building is L-shaped and embraces the view from the village and acts as a visual shield to industrial buildings behind the site. Waiting areas are situated on the east side of the building to allow the public to look onto the river, open green space and castle.

ON-CALL ACCOMODATION UNIT, WEXFORD GENERAL HOSPITAL

Architect: Brian O’Connell Architects

 

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The On-Call Accommodation Unit in Wexford General Hospital involved the design and construction of a new 700m² single storey extension to the main hospital. The Building accommodates a new Library, Lecture Room as well as the On-Call Accommodation bedrooms, Lounge and Kitchen.

The building was constructed on the roof of an existing two storey reinforced concrete building using light-weight structural steel beams and columns with a new structural timber floor and roof.

ONCOLOGY DAY CARE UNIT, WEXFORD GENERAL HOSPITAL

Architect: Brian O’Connell Architects

 

The Oncology Day Care Unit project in Wexford General Hospital involved the design and construction of a new 440m² single storey Oncology Day Care Unit and was built as an extension to the main hospital. The Building accommodates a treatment area, private treatment bays, consultant rooms, examination rooms as well as offices and ancillary facilities.

The single storey flat roof extension to the main hospital building also included a new car park along with a new entrance out on to the main Dublin to Wexford road. In order to facilitate staff access in to the new unit a new link corridor/tunnel had to be constructed under the main hospitals existing ground floor slab.

OUTPATIENTS DEPARTMENT, ST. LUKES HOSPITAL, KILKENNY

Architect: Brian O’Connell Architects

 

Golden Ridge Housing is a Private Residential Development on Skerries Road, Rush, Co. Dublin.

Phase 1 of the development comprised 90 No. 2, 3 and 4 bed houses and 34 No. 2 and 3 bed apartments, while Phase 2 of the development comprised 87 No. 2, 3 and 4 bed houses and 28 No. 2 and 3 bed apartments.

MILLVIEW HOUSE, ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL, ENNISCORTHY

Architect: Moloney O'Beirne Architects

Millview House involved the design and construction of a new 850m2 single storey 13 bedroom building with living accommodation for long stay patients undergoing rehabilitation on the grounds of St. John’s Hospital, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.

OTHER HEALTHCARE PROJECTS

Fearon O’Neill Rooney have also been involved in the design and construction of various other Healthcare projects including the following,

  • Maternity Unit, Wexford Regional Hospital

  • Interium OPD Department, St. Lukes Hospital

  • Workshop and Offices, St. Lukes Hospital

  • Wexford Residential Healthcare Unit

 

Other smaller scale projects include;

 

  • St. Ita’s Hospital, Portrane

  • St. Mary’s Hospital, Baldoyle

  • St, Bridget’s Hospital, Carlow

  • New Haughton Hospital, New Ross

  • St, Michael’s Hospital, Dun Laoghaire

  • Day Care Centre, Finglas

  • Brookfield Health Centre, Tallaght

  • Royal Hospital, Donnybrook

  • Temple Street Hospital, Dublin

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