David is a principal and heads the Dublin studio. He also leads the building services engineering team in Ireland.
He actively promotes sustainable building design and has been involved in a vast range of commercial, educational and healthcare building projects throughout Ireland.
David has overseen the retrofitting of new environmental control systems into the historic wings of the National Gallery of Ireland. Other notable projects include the fit-out of new offices for Yahoo!, the design of the ESB’s new HQ offices in Dublin, a new Human Biology Building at NUI Galway and the 116 bed Mercer Institute for Successful Ageing at St. James Hospital Dublin.
“Explorers such as Ernest Shackleton, who achieved great feats through a combination of meticulous planning, dogged determination, organisation, discipline, staying power and good leadership.”
We have completed a 7,000sqm office fit-out for Yahoo! in Dublin’s city centre. Three floors of offices were completed over a four month fast-track construction programme.
This facility encompasses three schools; Pharmacology, Physiology and Gross Anatomy. The building will house teaching, research laboratories and research facilities.
Making a landmark out of a training facility. Ours was the winning design in a PPP competition. We arranged the accommodation, training areas and other functions over three distinct wings and joined them with a lateral circulation route.
A high end office fit-out located in the iconic Windmill Quarter in the 2WML office.
A highly significant location in Galway city centre and an opportunity to expand the city core through a masterplan-led urban mixed use development.
Bonham Quay is a mixed use development comprising 26,000 sqm of Grade A office space and 2,000 sqm of retail and restaurant space.
Modern fitout of creative agency Rothco’s office in Smithfield Market Square delivered within a tight construction programme of eight months.
Wren Hotel makes the most of its tight urban site offering 137 compact and luxurious bedrooms in the heart of Dublin.
This project involved the conversion of the 1967 PJ Carroll’s cigarette factory, one of the best examples of Miesian architecture in Europe.
Refurbishment and upgrade of historic galleries. BDP’s building services engineers designed the new air conditioning and environmental control systems that were retrofitted into the historic wings of the National Gallery of Ireland.
The project involved the demolition of existing buildings and the construction of a new 15,000m2 state of the art facility.
The Waterford North Quay Development comprises a new build mixed-use lifestyle and recreational destination.
In 2018, our landscape architecture team was appointed by Sligo County Council to produce a single, coherent concept for the city’s public realm, to transform Sligo into a leading city in the north-west region of Ireland.