We have commenced works at the North West Quarter Regeneration Phase 2A at Knocknaheeney, Cork. Construction for this project will include 47 no. housing units consisting of 11 nr. 3 storey houses, 21 nr. 2 storey houses, 15 nr. apartments and associated site works. A look to the future of the finished product.
Pictured at the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2018 in Citywest Hotel on 14 June 2018 were Paul Mangan, Director of Estates and Facilities, Trinity College Dublin presents the Industrial Project of the Year award to Dermot Harrington & Paul Carpenter, Cook Architects, Wesley O’Shea, Pilz and Paudie Murnane, MOS Group.
Congratulations to Pilz Ireland (submitted by Cook Architects) on winning Industrial Project of the Year! #ICIAwards. Murnane & O’Shea Ltd as main contractor were delighted to be involved in this award winning project.
Works have completed at O’Keeffe’s New SuperValu Store in Bantry whose doors on 30 November 2017. This project involved the construction of a two storey retail outlet with ancillary offices and car park (with 65 spaces) overhead. The ground floor encompasses an area of 3,300 square meters accommodating the supermarket, delivery area and storage facilities. The structure comprises of a steel frame with a block infill.
Crawford Woods is a development of contemporary homes that offers a unique balance between city living and old village charm. Situated close to the attractive village of Glanmire and less than ten minutes drive from Cork City Centre, Crawford Woods offers you the best of both worlds. The Avenue offers an attractive mix of house styles, with homes to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers. This development has been released for sale with our agents, Savills of Cork and they can be contacted on 021-4271371.
We are delighted to have been awarded the contract for the new Enable Ireland’s Respite Facility & Children’s Services Building. Cork-based Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney has confirmed that €2m of Government funding will go to Enable Ireland’s new state-of-the-art Children’s Services Centre in Cork. The seven acre site will house a new Children’s Services Building, where therapy and support services will be provided to children with disabilities and their families.The €2m boost will contribute to the development of the facility, which includes a hydrotherapy pool, playground, therapy and sensory rooms to accommodate the needs of the current and future children with disabilities.
Project Images accredited to ‘C.J. Falconer & Associates Architects’
The Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Mr. Eoghan Murphy TD visited at An Faill, Cul Ard, Carrigtwohill on 29 September 2017. An Faill consists of 29 houses with a mixture of three bedroom semi-detached and 2 and 3 bedroom terraced properties. This scheme was approved by the Department in June 2016 with construction commencing in August 2016. Speaking at the visit, Minister Murphy highlighted how turnkey housing is working, “An Faill is a key example of how turnkey housing can expedite the delivery of social housing in areas of high demand while also stimulating the local construction market’.
The Bandon Community Hospital project was managed in two phases. Phase 1 involved the demolition of part of the south east wing and adjoining annex to the rear of the hospital, together with sections of the old boundary walls and construction of a new 25 bed care module with assisted ensuites (13,000 sq ft), associated support and service facilities including a switch room and boiler room. Works were completed with landscaping including the upgrading and extensions of the existing car parking facilities plus the upgrading of existing drainage to facilitate the separation of surface and foul water prior to discharge from site. Phase 2 of the works included the conversion of existing ward area to ancillary and lounge day room accommodation together with the re-modelling of the main entrance area to include a new external canopy.
Murnane & O’Shea Ltd have completed works on behalf of the Health Service Executive to Kerry General Hospital. The works included the refurbishment and fit out of the surgical theatres were works were mainly carried out at night and at weekends to strict project programmes so as to allow for theatres to continue to operate on a day to day basis and all surgeries to continue as planned.