The project consisted of 4800 sqm of new and renovated offices and residential mews and apartments. This included the restoration of listed Georgian facades and interiors.

Three of the four Georgian properties were converted back to residential apartments. This project was one of the last office buildings to be permitted and constructed in the historic centre of Dublin City in the rear gardens of listed Georgian houses.


Located in Dundalk Carlinn Hall is positioned within the Dundalk Sustainable Energy Zone overseen by Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI).

This zone will provide a showcase of some of the technologies, policies and practices that will be needed to develop sustainable communities in Ireland. Carlinn Hall consists of 234 residential dwellings 2, 3, and 4-bedroom houses and apartments with stand-alone crèche. All dwellings are granted House of Tomorrow status by SEI.


A 37 unit development consisting of a mix of town houses, duplexes and apartments. The project is intended to be a local authority flagship sustainability project, and is part of the House of Tomorrow scheme.

This developement was the first a retail social housing development and received many awards.


Our team and design Architects, Gama Construction Ireland, Cunnane Stratton Reynolds, Mott MacDonald EPO and Gardiner & Theobald were the preferred bidder from seven short-listed entries.

Our scheme incorporated the full intent of the brief but also provided additional dwellings, public open space upgrades and a clear sense of community derived from the architectural forms and choice of materials. The scheme was also the most economically advantageous design solution.

The project included 118 new residential units and extensive landscaping on 2.3Ha. Project part of major redevelopment of inner suburban public housing district.


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.


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.


We were appointed as construction architects on the apartments at Mount Brown consisting of 68 units in 3 blocks ranging in height from 3 to 4 storeys. There was a range of unit types and sizes to suit a wide variety of owner/ occupier. There are 64 car spaces located in an underground level. An active ground floor facing Mount Brown Road was developed by replacing a demolished pub, the Band Hall.