An office building within the Park Carrickmines comprising a four storey office building over basement parking with open plan office accommodation wrapped around a central atrium space, with individual retail units on the ground floor.
A residential development comprising 37 detached dwellings on lands which form part of the Ballyboghal local area plan. The dwellings are grouped around three separate landscaped open space areas with five distinct dwelling types.
Streamstown Wood is a luxury residential development in two phases comprising 44 dwellings with individual house types ranging from 350sqm-650sqm,with a centrally located landscaped zone as its centrepiece.
A contemporary dwelling of 160 sqm set within a sensitive and mature site at the end of a row of Edwardian houses. The project benefits from the use of contemporary materials with contrasting brick types to assist in the massing of the dwelling.
A speculative office development of six floors over basement car parking.The main elements of the building fabric comprise precast concrete panels with brick slips with glazed curtain wall insets. Each of the floor plates benefit from a dual aspect with glazing spanning floor to ceiling.
The demountable north and south stands are removed for equestrian events, with only the Grandstand and Angelsea Stand permanent. The Angelsea Stand was completed in 1927. The Grandstand was rebuilt in 2006 for the 2006–07 rugby season, to replace the old wooden stand when Leinster first became permanent tenants. A roof was added during 2008-09.