Paul leads the civil and structural engineering team in Dublin ensuring it provides efficient designs with cost effective solutions for both public and private sector clients.
His experience spans a number of sectors on a range of landmark projects both in Ireland and internationally. In Dublin he jointly managed the Smithfield Market project, which provides 1.3 million sq ft of mixed use space and is one of Ireland’s largest regeneration projects undertaken as part of a new urban quarter in this historic area of the city. Other projects include the O’Connell Street and the RUA RED Arts Centre for South Dublin County Council.
Internationally Paul has been involved in the design and delivery of notable building projects including the Charles Perkins Centre for Sydney University, Kensington Colleges redevelopment for the University of New South Wales and new build capital works projects for the combined armed military forces in Qatar.
One of my first bosses, an astute structural engineer, advocated to his staff the importance of value engineering every structural scheme we produced. He used to say, with cost now so influential in the overall design process, anyone can produce one idea; we need to think laterally and come up with three.
Wren Hotel makes the most of its tight urban site offering 137 compact and luxurious bedrooms in the heart of Dublin.
Three new detached dwellings with direct beach access and panoramic views out to Dublin Bay.
Nine town houses and 68 apartments are constructed on a ground level transfer slab over 4,300 sqm basement car park.
Redevelopment and refurbishment works now complete to the original 1750's building on South Fredrick Street to provide the new 20 bedroom Trinity Townhouse boutique Hotel.
Strand View is a residential waterfront scheme on the Howth Road that comprises 68 units with 52 apartments and 16 town houses.
Constructed over a part-basement car park, 63 apartments form part of a proposed residential scheme that includes redeveloping and adding new build works to the protected 1740’s Verville Retreat.