South Richmond Street

Construction work is under way for a new mixed us office and retail  building located at the corner of South Richmond Street and Lennox Street in Dublin 8. The development will be completed in early 2019. 

School of Computer Science and Statistics, TCD

Mahoney Architecture have recently completed the fit-out of a new post-graduate facility for TCD’s faculty of Computer Science and Statistics. The 1,200 sq m fit-out provides a research and teaching space for up to 140 students, as well as office and administrative facilities. The entire project from inception to completion was carried out in less than 12 months and is now fully operational.

Charlemont 55 First Stage Completion

The shell and core construction for Charlemont 55 is now complete and we are delighted with this new addition to the backdrop of the Grand Canal in Dublin.

The building provides almost 7,000 sq. m. of accommodation and the entire building has been leased to Zendesk.

Iron Mountain Festival

Paschal Mahoney is a guest speaker at this year’s Iron Mountain Festival.

He will participate in a discussion on one-off housing in the Irish Landscape and will make a presentation on Workhouses in Ireland based on his publication ‘Grim Bastilles of Despair’. 

RIAI Awards 2017

We are delighted to confirm that our project for the new Sports Hall at Castleblayney College was commended at the 2017 RIAI Awards.

Lehaunstown Park

Mahoney Architecture have just completed the first phase of work for the redevelopment of Lehaunstown Park. This first phase included the refurbishment of the existing Protected Structures comprising the farmhouse, stables and perimeter walls. The next stage of the development will include a series of new buildings and extensive landscaping to provide visitor facilities, a farmer’s market , retail units, walled gardens and a maze. Lehaunstown Park will be a centrepiece of Cherrywood , a large scale mixed-used development for our client , Hines.

GNIB and Garda Station at Dublin Airport

The OPW have  appointed Mahoney Architecture as architects to carry out the retro-fit of an existing building at Dublin Airport to provide facilities for the Garda National Immigration Bureau and Dublin Airport Garda Station. This challenging project will provide a new lease of life for the existing building which will be transformed into high quality office accommodation, public office  and custody facilities.