Enable Ireland’s New Respite Facility & Children’s Services Building to commence

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’

Ministerial Visit at An Faill, Cul Ard, Carrigtwohill

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’.

Bandon Community Hospital

The Bandon Community Hospital project 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. Remaining works including the conversion of existing ward area to ancillary and lounge day room accommodation together with the remodelling of the main entrance area to include a new external canopy are nearing completion.

Works to University Hospital Kerry complete

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.

New SuperValu Store Commenced

Murnane & O’Shea Ltd have commenced works on behalf of O’Keeffe’s SuperValu Bantry to construct a new state-of-the-art SuperValu store.  This project involves the construction of a two storey retail outlet with ancillary offices and car park overhead.  The ground floor encompasses an area of 3,300 sq.meters accommodating the supermarket, delivery area and storage facility.

 

 

 

 

Happy Easter from all at Murnane & O’Shea Ltd

We would like to wish all our customers, suppliers and clients a very Happy Easter.  We would like to advise you that our offices will be closed from Friday 14th April 2017 until Monday 24th April 2017 inclusive.

All Sale Agreed at Springmount Woods, Glanmire

This beautiful new development containing a mix of spacious 3 and 4 bedroom ‘A’ rated family homes offering both semi-detached and detached and feature elegant rendered exteriors are now all sold.

Prosys Sampling Systems Ltd

Works have completed at Prosys Sampling Systems Ltd. Construction works included an extension to the existing light industrial building of 10,000 sq. ft and associated site works.

 

Pilz Ireland

The Pilz Ireland project entails the demolition of an existing structure and the construction of a 2 & 3 storey office/technology building linking to the clients existing premises totalling 25,000 ft2 to accommodate their Software Product Research and Development Centre.

Theatre Works at Kerry General Hospital

Murnane & O’Shea Ltd were awarded the contract for the refurbishment and fit out of surgical theatres within a live hospital environment at Kerry General Hospital on behalf of the Health Service Executive. Works will be carried out mainly in the periods at night and at weekend in dust controlled work areas to protect the patients from risk of infection and to avoid interface with the day to day running of the theatre suite. There will be four theatres in total refurbished over a six month period.