Great to see Planning Permission has been Granted for the new St. Joseph’s National School in Carrabane, Co. Galway.
We are looking forward to working closely with the Institute of Technology Carlow and Design Team members on the design of a new Administration Building for the IT Carlow campus. This important project will provide accommodation to the expanding support services associated with the increase in enrolment numbers throughout the Institute.
We wish to extend our very best wishes to Hugh Maguire on the occasion of his retirement. Hugh has been with our practice for over 30 years, joining us in 1987 following work in Dublin and London with Scott Tallon Walker. During his time with us, Hugh has played a pivot role in many award winning projects, such as Glasnevin Trust Museum, Newlands Cross Cemetery & Crematorium and the rebuilding of Cong Church. He became an Associate in 2000 and is also both a Fellow of the RIAI and an RIAI Architect Accredited in Conservation (Grade 3). We will miss Hugh’s good nature, dedication and attention to detail but we would like to take this opportunity to wish him the very best on his retirement and for the future.
We were delighted to attend the official opening of the new Irish Life building in Finnabair Business Park, Dundalk. In attendance for Wejchert Architects at this important occasion, were Paddy Fletcher, Joint Managing Director and Brian Glaholm, Associate. The opening of this new Customer Centre was made official with the cutting of the ribbon by David Harney, Chief Executive of Irish Life, marking the successful delivery of this significant addition to their developing portfolio.
It’s great to see two of our recently completed healthcare projects shortlisted in two categories each for the Building & Architect of the Year Awards 2019. The new Dunmore Wing (Palliative Care & Ward Block) in University Hospital Waterford and the new Operating, In-Patient Wards & Emergency Department Expansion (Phase 2) in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda have both been shortlisted for Medical & Health Building of the Year and Public Building of the Year.
We are delighted that the Helix in Dublin City University has been awarded Best Purpose Built Event Venue at the Annual Event Industry Awards Gala Ceremony last Friday evening in the Citywest Hotel. Congratulations to all the hard working contributors to this projects, for a great venue that is standing the test of time.
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