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Commercial Developments

The multidisciplinary expertise of Malachy Walsh and Partners enhances the firms capability to undertake Commercial and Mixed Used Developments of different sizes, complexity and locational sensitivity. In many of these developments, at planning stage, traffic is a key issue along with other civil engineering constraints pertaining to storm water drainage, foul water drainage and the provision of a clean water infrastructure. The fact that Malachy Walsh and Partners maintain specialist capability in house in all of these disciplines allows the firm to provide an integrated approach and to enhance the capability of clients to deliver a successful project within a reasonable budget and within a tight time frame.

Commercial development by its very nature must be economically sustainable both for the initial developer and, going forward, for the building users and occupants. Malachy Walsh and Partners facilitates clients in achieving this by providing cost effective and sustainable designs.


   
Project: Chiltern House, Luton, UK
Client: Henley Homes
Cost: £3.5M
Completion Date: March 2007

   
Project: Highclere, St. Georges Hills, London KT13, UK
Client: Helen and John Planting.
Cost: £2.5M
Completion Date: December 2008

   
Project: Killorglin Town Centre Development
Client: Laune Properties & Kerry Co Co – Joint Venture
Cost: €30M
Completion Date: August 2006

   
Project: The Malton Hotel Redevelopment, Killarney
Client: BL Beara Ltd,
Cost: €130M
Completion Date: 2007 – Ongoing

   
Project: Manor Retail Park
Client: Boyle Bros Developments
Cost: €20M
Completion Date: 2003

 

 

 
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