Tus Nua, St. Johns Hospital, Enniscorthy, Wexford

This Stand Alone Building is provided to enhance the Living and Social Interaction of people with mental illness.  The facility incorporates a circular accommodation ward with twelve standalone self-contained apartments units, along with Treatment areas, Nursing Stations and two enclosed Courtyards areas. The building design is striking utilising self-coloured renders, Zinc roofing and a timbered…

Killeens Retail Park, Clonard, Wexford

Killeens Industrial Centre is a prestigious Retail Park for the Devereaux Brothers combining six large retail units covering in excess of 70,000 sq. ft., along with associated roads and car parking facilities. It was delivered to the client ahead of schedule. Location Clonard, Wexford Architect Mr. Nicholas Mernagh Client Devereux Properties Ltd. Value €4m

Guhring, Industrial Estate, Waterford

The Guhring development was an industrial extension to an existing two storey office block, previously built by Tom O’Brien Construction three years earlier for the main client Alkmaarse – the producers of the Tretford range of carpets. This repeat business is crucial to the continuing success of the company and a testament to the quality…

Doyles Lexus Garage, Rosslare Road, Wexford

The Doyles Lexus Garage project involved close co-operation between Tom O’Brien Construction, the architect and a Lexus Europe team based in France. This team travelled over specifically to view the Quality and Programme Scheduling. All materials had to be delivered to a specific “Lexus Brand Ideal”. The contract was delivered ahead of schedule, to the…

Corbett Motors, Cork Road, Waterford

Situated on the Motor Mile in Waterford this elegant glass and stone façade building is a credit to both the client brief and the architectural design. The glass wall floods the interior with light, emphasising the open lattice work of steel trusses and fine floor finishes. Location Cork road, Waterford Architect Messrs P. Halley &…

Bilberry Business Park, Waterford

In order to facilitate the continued growth of Tom O’Brien Construction, the company purchased an old brick works adjacent to its existing premises. This was developed into a 34,000 sq. ft. premises, consisting of new offices and five industrial units. This is a reflection of the managements confidence in the future of the business. Location…