OCMA are very pleased to be recognised at the Fit Out Awards 2022 for our work in Sustainable practice and design.
We are delighted to announce that the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire, which was completed in June 2020 by John Paul Construction, has been acknowledged as award-winning, not only for it’s outstanding patient-centered design, but has also received accolades from the Irish Construction Industry and the latest award coming from the Irish Construction Excellence Awards.
RIAI Architecture Awards – Best Building for All, Universal Design Award – 2021
Irish Construction Industry Awards – Construction Project of the Year – 2021
Irish Construction Industry Awards – Health Project of the Year – 2021
Irish Construction Excellence Awards – Education or Healthcare Over €50m – 2022
OCMA is delighted to announce that, as part of our commitment and strategy to acknowledge, reduce, and combat our impact on the environment and improve our approach to sustainable design, OCMA has attained ISO 14001:2015 Certification for our Environmental Management System.
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We are pleased to announce that the significant 96 bed ward expansion project to the University Hospital of Limerick campus has now received all statutory permissions. The O’Connell Mahon and Kevin Jackson architects team are very proud of this milestone and have commenced preparation of the tender documentation, looking forward to construction on site in due course.
The last section of the Level 6 Slab of the iconic curved Ward Block of the New Children’s Hospital was poured on the 5th March 2021. This is the final clinical floor level of the hospital. Construction of the Level 7 Plantroom Slab has commenced and is due for completion by the end of March. This will mark a very significant milestone for the project which currently has over 1200 personnel working on site.
Bon Secours Care Village Cork Expansion project, completed in 2019, is one of only two Irish projects chosen as case studies show-casing architecture that is not only designed to support people living with dementia but to do so in a way that enhances their wellbeing and quality of life.
The World Alzheimer Report link https://www.alz.co.uk/research/world-report-2020
More on the Bon Secours Care Village Cork https://www.oconnellmahon.ie/portfolio/bon-secours-care-village-expansion/
The new National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH), Dun Laoghaire, was completed in April 2020 and is now opened for patient use.
The project is unique in that it is the first purpose designed rehabilitation facility in the country and represents a step change in the provision of complex rehabilitation services. The design was developed following intensive research in international best practice in rehabilitation, and represents the most current thinking in rehabilitation to enable the NRH to deliver services in a new and innovative environment specifically around patients’ needs.
The current project is Phase 1 of the planned development at the NRH. Planning for Phase 2 is now underway.