Effective Health & Safety Management is the foremost priority for Flynn Management & Contractors, which is evidenced by our Grade A Safe-T-Cert accreditation for 5 years running and OHSAS 18001:2007 certification. We constantly go above and beyond regulatory compliances and seek to achieve Best Practices on all our projects. And it’s great now to
Irish property investment group Iput plc plans to spend €20 million refurbishing the former offices of law firm Arthur Cox at 5 Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2, and has appointed estate agents Savills and CBRE to seek new tenants for the property.
The prominent block, situated beside the Conrad Hotel and opposite the National Concert Hall, comprises 6,130sq m ( 66,000sq ft)
Twitter ‘s EMEA Headquarters at Cumberland Place in Dublin city centre has secured LEED Platinum-level certification for a ‘ Repurposed Building ‘. The award makes Twitter’ s Dublin premises one of the few office buildings in Ireland, and the first Twitter office in the world, to achieve this highest LEED certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certification is recognised across the world as the benchmark of green building standards.
The renovation and repurposing of
Twitter’s EMEA Headquarters at Cumberland Place, Dublin 2, has been awarded LEED Platinum level certification for a Repurposed Building.
It is one of the few office buildings in Ireland, and the first Twitter office in the world to achieve this highest LEED certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a global recognition
It is one of the few office buildings in Ireland, and the first Twitter office in the world to achieve this highest LEED certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a global recognition and certification for sustainability in buildings, and is one of the most popular green building certification programmes used worldwide.
The five-star boutique-style Dylan hotel in Dublin, developed a decade ago by Menolly homebuilder Seamus Ross, has completed a €10 million extension to capitalise on the shortage of hotel stock in the capital.
The revamp, which was unveiled at a public launch Thursday night, increases the number of bedrooms from 44 to 72. The hotel,
We are very proud to announce that 2 of our Senior Team Members Barry Keenan & Aubyn Thompson have both recently been made Fellows of the Chartered Institute of Building. The Chartered Institute of Building is the world’s largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. Fellowship is the highest and
US-based IT semi-conductor and wireless communications firm Skyworks Ireland has moved into the ground floor of Cork city’s tallest building, The Elysian.
And, it’s the first of three new deals done by agent David McCarthy of Lisney for commercial space at the mixed-used tower and development on a three acre city plot next to
Pratt still has a taste for Avoca success
Avoca Handweavers managing director Simon Pratt lolls on a chair on the deck beside the herb garden at the company’s new €3 million flagship store near Dunboyne in Co Meath. He stares into the distance through the beaming spring sunlight.
It’s the home straight before next Wednesday’s opening and
Avoca ‘s ‘ most ambitious’ store to open in Dunboyne
Avoca, one of Ireland’s most popular destination retailers, famous for its cafes, food halls, fashion and artisan craft products, is to open outside Dunboyne, in the former Gardenworks/Plantagen premises at Pace.
Dunboyne will be Avoca’s 12th store and will be the largest in the Group with
Whiskey, history and a little bit of magic.
With €11 million spent on renovating the new Jameson Distillery Bow St., you kind of expect it to look amazing. And it certainly doesn’t disappoint.
It hits you as soon as you walk into the bar area and see the high roof and the dramatic use
Jameson Distillery toasts new warehouse
The new-look Jameson Distillery Bow Street has reopened in Smithfield following an €11m investment.
Jameson owner Irish Distillers said the investment would allow the company to expand visitor numbers to the Bow Street site by 2025 and aims to help treble the number of whiskey tourists visiting Ireland to