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Designing for Whole Life Social Housing

In the face of Ireland's growing demand for affordable and high-quality social housing, there is a need for a new design approach that prioritises the well-being of residents. Recognising the balance between design and the practicalities of delivering projects at scale, we are tackling and addresses these challenges and looking forward to our projects over the next 12 months.

#IWD24: Women in Construction – Untapped Potential

International Women’s Day, while criticised for being tokenistic, is a stark reminder of untapped potential women represent for the industry. While this is still a predominantly male field, we are, as a whole, very aware of the need to make construction more attractive as a career option to everyone, at every level of their careers

Townmore Construction Partners with the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity

The positive mental health of our team - both on and off site - has long been a priority for us here at Townmore HQ so we are delighted to announce a significant step in enhancing mental health and wellbeing across the workplace this week, partnering with the Lighthouse Construction Industry charity.

Townmore 2024: A Look at the Construction Year Ahead

With a number of large Townmore projects due for handover later this month, we are excited to turn our attention to significant new projects breaking ground in Q1 and Q2, including apartment schemes in Dublin and Louth, another Primary Care centre in the midlands, and a housing development in County Kildare.

Trends and technologies likely to impact Ireland’s construction market in 2024

Trends and technologies likely to impact Ireland’s construction market in 2024 It’s that time of the year again… As the new year fast approaches, we gathered insights from our Townmore team and partners about the trends and technologies they think are likely to impact the marketplace next year.

Understanding Ireland’s Construction Skills Shortage – And What Can Be Done About It…

Changing urban skylines, cranes stretching to the heavens, and the continuous hum of machinery paint a picture of Ireland's bustling construction industry. But beneath this façade lies a more complicated narrative: a massive talent shortage, a sector grappling with outdated perceptions, and the economic ramifications of a workforce that doesn’t mirror the diverse population it serves

Townmore: What does a career in construction look like in 2023?

It’s no longer just about muddy boots on the ground - although those boots on the ground are critical - there are so many more roles and career opportunities available, from finance, HR and change management, right through to mixed reality (AR/VR/XR), UX/user experience design and a whole host of emerging technologies.

In memory of our friend and colleague, David O’Ferrall

Last summer David, a much-loved member of the Townmore team, died suddenly and unexpectedly. David was a well-known and highly respected figure within the construction industry. A Civil Engineer by profession, he started his career in construction in the 1980’s.

Townmore partners with Kate Fahey, Ireland’s first female tower crane operator, to launch industry-wide campaign promoting careers in construction

#ImInConstruction Townmore, one of Ireland’s fastest growing construction companies, has partnered with Kate Fahey, a dynamic and accomplished construction professional, to launch an industry-wide campaign aimed at raising awareness among young people and those outside the industry about the exciting and rewarding career opportunities available in construction today, with a particular focus on modern methods of construction.

Townmore: Marking Another Successful Project Handover

The team at Townmore were delighted to hand over state-of-the-art coliving premises in Dun Laoghaire recently to our valued client, Niche Living. From the beginning, it was clear that the team at Niche Living had a strong vision for creating a unique community of like-minded individuals who valued inclusivity, respect, privacy, social interactions, and sustainability.