€15M Extension awarded to Nenagh Hospital.

Following a successful tendering process, Conack Construction are delighted to have been awarded the new extension to Nenagh Hospital. This 15M Euro project involves...

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AND THE AWARDS GO TO...

We pride ourselves in presenting the Client with a building that goes above and beyond all our expectations. As part of these efforts our Clients have requested we showcase some of their properties through entering various awards...

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WE ARE HIRING!

Are you interested in joining the Conack Construction Team? Willing to work hard and get paid well? Don't feel appreciated where you are? Talk to us today...

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IN OTHER NEWS

We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring! Why not take the opportunity to join our growing and dynamic team. We are looking for a Planner for the Dublin Region and also an Estimator for our Limerick Office. Apply via our careers page on our website www.conack.ie or email your CV to info@conack.ie. Estimator: You will have several year’s experience in…

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Deanrock RIAI Public Choice Awards

Last year we completed this #Deanrock project in #Cork. This Part 8 scheme included 66 houses, and ancillary building and it has been shortlisted for the 2021 RIAI Public Choice Awards – see link below. Please vote https://www.riai.ie/public-choice-award-poll/

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IDA Ireland Project

Our IDA Ireland project in Limerick is moving along nicely. A lot of progress since we started in August. Delighted to be working with Shane Collins and John Reale in Arup, Turlough Clancy in Henry J Lyons Architects and Michael Barrett. Many thanks to the IDA for entrusting us with this prestigious project.

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Lidl Castletroy

Conack’s Limerick team successfully completed our first #Lidl project last week. We are delighted to have been involved in another successful project which was completed on time and on budget (bar the obvious C 19 lockdown!!). It was an absolute pleasure to work with Eamon Fitzgerald and his team on this project.

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Teagasc Food Innovation Hub

Just about there. Final touches and snagging on going in our Food Innovation Hub for Teagasc. Delighted to have been involved in this fantastic project, designed by C.J. Falconer & Associates Architects and his team.

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Proud members of Lean Construction Ireland

Conack Construction is proud to be associated with Lean Construction Ireland (LCi), and we note the launch of the revamped LCi Website providing a vast and diverse array of hugely valuable knowledge and capability development resources to enable Irish construction organisations and individuals advance on their Lean journeys. Having been members of the LCi community…

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Nenagh Hospital Extension

Following a successful tendering process, Conack Construction are delighted to have been awarded the new community nursing home next to to Nenagh Hospital. This €15 million project involves the construction of a new two storey 50 bed community nursing home and is to be located on the 2-hectare site, adjacent to the existing Nenagh Hospital….

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The 2020 Awards go to…

We pride ourselves in presenting the Client with a building that goes above and beyond all our expectations. Our Clients have requested we showcase some of their properties through entering various awards, such as; Irish Construction Awards (ICE), Irish Construction Industry Awards, Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards, Fit Out Awards and the prestigious NISO health…

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We are hiring!

Interested in joining the Conack Construction Team. Willing to work hard and get paid well. Don’t feel appreciated where you are. Want to get in early with a growing company, staff retention is important to us. Talk to us: info@conack.ie To see what jobs are available, go to our Careers page.

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Bishops Quay

Bishops Quay, Limerick

Undertaken within a live urban confined site, the project involved the demolition of the existing buildings within the site. The site contains a live ESB transformer and associated underground cables.  Alterations to the permitted office block include reducing the existing building height fronting Lower Cecil Street and Bishop’s Quay from 15-storeys over 2 basement levels…

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