Mixed Use


Mixed-use development on 2.3 acres with retail on ground level and 100 residential units above. This project will involve the demolition of the existing 1970’s shopping centre building, and the provision of a new retail experience with apartment living onto an enclosed courtyard.


An office of circa 11,700 sq.m building comprising of six stories of office space with over 300 car parking spaces.

Located adjacent to the main airport approach road the building is the second part of Aer Rianta’s overall Business Park Masterplan. We answered our clients brief in designing a headquarters that allow for flexibility and adaptability of the office configuration. This was a design-build competition in which we were the preferred bidder.


The Johnstown Shopping Centre in Navan, Co. Meath was completed and opened to the public in October 2004.

The retail portion of the project was built by Blackrock Development. A Supervalu food store is the anchor tenant and was a flayship Supervalu store in Ireland. The centre is connected by a partly glazed pedestrian mall to 13 retail units with associated customer conveniences.

The commercial aspect and leisure centre are the second phase of the development and were completed in 2005. The residential scheme comprising of houses and apartments with underground car parking was completed in 2006.


Following a local area plan carried out, the proposed development included retail space comprising of two anchor units, commercial and residential situated on the Kell’s backlands.