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Townmore: Recent Projects

Townmore: Recent Projects

Townmore: Project Update on €16 million Carr’s Lane Residential Development

Our Carr’s Lane project delivery team is progressing extremely well on site. As you will see from the photo gallery below, the superstructure is now complete and the roof watertight as works progress upwards. Ground floor: At this stage, all ground floor windows and first fix M&E are completed, with walls and ceilings closed out. Carpentry works are also well underway. First and second levels: Works are progressing on the first and second levels with windows and M&E currently underway. Externally: Outside, the cedar cladding on Block A commenced earlier this month.

Townmore: Works Progressing at Edwards Service Technology Centre, Blanchardstown

Earlier this year, the Townmore team commenced works on the construction of a new Service Technology Centre at Blanchardstown Industrial Park, Dublin for Edwards (, the leading developer and manufacturer of sophisticated vacuum products, exhaust management systems and related value-added services globally: 

Long-Awaited School Building Brings Opportunities for Local Construction Industry 

Long-Awaited School Building Brings Opportunities for Local Construction Industry  One of Ireland’s most ambitious building contractors, Townmore, seeks Tipperary-based suppliers for its pipeline of new projects, including a new school build in Cahir.  More than two decades after it was first proposed, the amalgamation of Our Lady of Mercy Primary School and Cahir Boys National School is finally commencing and is due to break ground imminently. 

Townmore – Streamlining Health, Safety & Wellbeing On Site

The Townmore team recently introduced a live C-19 Health Declaration and monitoring programme to assist in the management and tracing of COVID-19 across all projects and office facilities. The uptake by our staff and stakeholders has been outstanding, providing Townmore Project Managers with a real-time overview of the health, safety and wellbeing for our workforce. The use of QR code technologies in this manner demonstrates Townmore’s proactive approach to minimising COVID-19 in our workplaces and our ongoing commitment to providing safe places to work across our sites and offices.

Townmore: A Contractor on the Rise

Over the past decade, Townmore has earned a strong reputation in the industry as an emerging leader, delivering quality projects in a safe, efficient and ethical manner. The rapid growth and expansion has been attributed to the team’s relationship-driven approach, which is evidenced by the number of repeat clients on the building company’s books.

Townmore: Cathal Brugha Barracks Renovation Wins International Award

Well done to Townmore design and delivery partners at McCullough Mulvin Architects for receiving The Plan Award 2020 for the renovation design of the iconic Cathal Brugha Barracks Storage Building on Military Road in Dublin 6. 

Townmore: An Taoiseach and the Housing Minister visit site of future social housing

Earlier this week, the Townmore site team at Carrs Lane hosted a number of VIP guests. An Taoiseach Micheál Martin, accompanied by Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Darragh O'Brien TD, Mayor of Fingal County Council David Healy and Chief Executive of Fingal County Council Ann Marie Farrelly, joined representatives from Respond Housing for a site tour of Carrs Lane, Malahide Road, Dublin 17.

Townmore Commences Works on New Service Technology Centre for Edwards

The Townmore team commenced works on site at Blanchardstown, Dublin for Edwards, the leading developer and manufacturer of sophisticated vacuum products, exhaust management systems and related value-added services globally:

Townmore: A Decade of Construction Growth and Finding a New Normal

Earlier this month Associate Director at Townmore, Mark Cronin, joined James Benson of the Construction Industry Federation and the Irish Home Builders Association on to discuss the past decade of growth at Townmore, the recent impact of the pandemic on live projects and the logistics of navigating Covid-19 safely on 13 active construction sites, spread across 9 counties.