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    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL Residential
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL Mixed Use Good design ensures attractive, useable, durable and adaptable Offices places and is a key element in achieving sustainable residential Residential development. Retail Masterplanning & Urban Design Hotels & Resorts Education Health Interior Architecture HKR Architects is an international architecture and design practice with offices in Dublin, London, Manchester, Belfast, Prague and Bucharest. HKR’s portfolio of projects spans several sectors – mixed use, offices, residential, retail, hotels & resorts, education and health. The practice has dedicated capabilities in masterplanning & urban Residential design and in Public Private Partnership projects. It also specialises in the design and fitout of interiors for all types of buildings. HKR has been designing buildings and environments since 1992 and has gained award-winning status internationally, providing design-led solutions that are functional and commercial, and highly specific to clients’ needs.
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL Residential Design Residential architecture is an all Successful residential buildings and High quality residential architecture encompassing term and covers a large neighbourhoods tend to have a strong improves peoples wellbeing and quality and diverse typology of residential building and distinct identity. How a place looks of life. It is of benefit to public health, types, from single family houses to large affects how people feel about living there. it maintains property values, and urban blocks and residential towers. Character and quality are essential factors it reduces incidents of crime in our in creating a sense of belonging, ownership communities. Residential buildings are provided for and pride, which is visible in both the all mixes and tenures: owner-occupiers, buildings and the spaces created. social tenants, the private rental market, investment properties, high-end luxury At HKR we design and deliver strong ideas, residences, and social and affordable with character and integrity. Our ideas and housing. buildings reflect contemporary culture and the needs of our society. They also respond At HKR we recognise where priorities to local context, climatic and geographical differ and can deliver successful mixed factors, as well as social, environmental communities to meet the needs of all and economic objectives. types of residents. We can provide our varied clients and investors with durable, sustainable and adaptable environments which meet their particular needs.
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL Designing Residential Environments At HKR we apply an expert design High quality design is fundamental to the At HKR we focus on material and methodology and rigorous appraisal ability of developments to communicate environmental efficiency and in creating to all developments in order to deliver qualities that are important to both a clear and legible identity for residential sustainable and memorable residential communities and those who provide developments. Streets and squares are buildings that meet the particular them. Safety, security and sense of place designed to be accessible and to feel objectives of our clients as well as are essential characteristics that will safe and secure. A distinct hierarchy of the complex objectives of the future contribute to the desirability and longevity public and private spaces is required and occupants. of a project. this dialogue is continued with the use of courtyards and secondary layers within HKR view the lifetime characteristics of the urban developments. project with equal enthusiasm as the initial commission. We design buildings which Landmark buildings and focal points will be are thoroughly worked through both inside considered where appropriate and layouts and outside. Internal space will function for that encourage interaction, pedestrian and their intended use, with our objective to cycle movements and clear observation of exceed the high expectations of our clients public spaces will be provided. and the people and families who will settle in the buildings that we design.
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL Social › Mix of uses Design for Sustainability › › Use of local materials, services and labour Mix of large homes, apartments, duplex units and social We place sustainability at the forefront of our design strategies affordable housing SOCIAL › Improved amenities › Revitalising city centre communities and social networks YOUR At HKR we embrace the ethos of ‘Design Sustainable development and Benefits of Sustainability PROJECT Economic for Sustainability’. This ethos means environmental design must meet › Increased competitiveness as growing ECONOMICAL ENVIRONMENTAL › Lean construction and efficient buildings building sustainability into design and the needs of the present without numbers of prospective clients are project development, creating cleaner compromising the ability of future › Future proof investments seeking highly efficient, sustainable processes, and considering the generations to meet their own needs. buildings › Energy taxation imminent environment and social impact of our › High Building Energy Ratings which are › Flexible development construction activity. required for the EPB Directive › Design for long life and future change of use The next wave of truly world class advances Sustainability makes a positive › Lower building operational costs due to in design, engineering and building will take contribution to the long-term physical, increased energy efficiency social and economic fabric of the Sustainability is an economic, social, and environmental concept and Environment their inspiration from the need to achieve › Eligibility for government grants and communities in which we work and live. impacts on all aspects of your project. Energy Management high levels of sustainability. incentives › Increased indoor environmental quality › Building Energy Rating (BER) Working within regulatory and legislative standards for building users environmental requirements, HKR advises › Energy saving technologies clients on best practice in sustainable › Greater integration with local › Renewable energy sources design strategies and solutions. development plans and planning authority requirements Water Saving and Site Design › Minimising building water usage › Improvement of site ecology, landscaping and open spaces › Green roof technology Solar Control Wind Shadow patterns Pollution and Waste Minimisation › Minimising building emissions of Co2, NOx and SOx › Waste reduction › Waste management plan for building occupants
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL Projects
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Gallery Quay 02 Gallery Quay has been designed to take full advantage of the excellent dockside views with clean, uncluttered modern lines and large generous areas of glazing. The mixed use development includes retail units and a café at street level, plus 300 apartments. The residential element of the development provides a diverse mix of one, two and three bed units, including duplex family units and social housing. These are arranged around two private courtyards and form a new public street at Grand Canal Dock and Pearse Street, Dublin. The bright and spacious apartments are entered from the street through double- height entrance halls. These entry halls also allow access to the central private landscaped courtyard. 01 Internal courtyard 02 External façade
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 03 The external envelope of the building is composed of a combination of polished reconstituted stone, pre-finished render composite panels and aluminium/timber windows, with patio doors to the balconies. Western red cedar cladding has been used at penthouse level and in detailing of balconies and screens, it was selected to compliment the simplicity and clarity of the 01 architecture and other materials. 02 The principal residential blocks also contain roof gardens which afford wonderful views across the city as well as providing enhanced private open space, a very rare commodity in such an urban inner city location. The retail units overlook Gallery Quay and greatly enhance the life in the area by providing public activity along the waterfront. 01 Retail area 02 Internal courtyard 03 Waterfront
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 The Forum 03 The Forum is one of the first of a new generation of mixed use buildings to be developed in Sandyford, south of Dublin. The development, which is primarily residential, comprises 127 apartments which sit above retail and commercial units. The Forum is designed to take advantage of a superbly elevated site in one of south Dublin’s most sought after locations where the business community and the IT sector thrive. 02 01 Overall view 02 Floor plan 03 View from courtyard
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Consisting of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom 02 apartments and penthouses, this landmark residential development spans three cleverly designed blocks, which rise to ten floors in one block offering the residents unrivalled views. The residents also have a private courtyard garden which has been landscaped in a contemporary style to compliment the architecture. The retail and commercial units within the development are located on the ground floor – the development is currently serviced with a convenience store, pharmacy, restaurant and café. 01 View from ground level looking up 02 Detail of façade
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Avid 02 The proposal for the Avid site in Sandyford, Dublin contains 260 residential apartments over a commercial and retail ground floor area. The development is a 14 storey glazed wintergarden tower and all residents will enjoy glass fronted apartments with a generous landscaped courtyard and panoramic views of the surrounding hills, city and coastline. A high density has been achieved with very careful consideration given to maximising daylight penetration, views and accessibility to create a successful and sustainable urban building. 01 View of front elevation 02 View from road
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 McGovern’s Corner 02 01 Cork Street in Dublin’s city centre has The two main blocks in this residential become a major thoroughfare in recent and retail development are 4 storeys at years. Fitting into this new urban context each end rising to 7 storeys at the corner is this recently completed mixed use junction – reflecting the scale of similar development of over 50,000 sq ft for developments in the area. Lalco. The perimeter blocks contain retail units at Resting on the corner of Cork Street and ground level with the apartments above. Marrowbone Lane the development is situated on the very edge of Dublin’s The retail units, accessed both on Cork city centre. The overall scale fits in with Street and Marrowbone Lane, create the new urban edge and includes three commercial and social activity at street buildings arranged around a central level, in keeping with the urban context of courtyard. this area. In designing this scheme open space was given a premium, reflected in the courtyard which covers nearly half of the site and has been landscaped and paved, including a new pedestrian access to Cork Street. 01 Courtyard view 02 Exterior view
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Precelly 03 This development sits on a site of nearly All car parking other than some visitor 2 acres and affords distant views of the spaces has been located at basement Dublin mountains. Its boundary is heavily level in order to maximise landscaping planted with a variety of deciduous and at ground level and thereby enhance the evergreen trees and the scheme is being sense of a parkland setting. treated as pavilions in a parkland setting so as to reinforce the sense of mature landscape. The development is configured into 4 buildings which step in height to exploit the 6 metre difference between the front and rear of the site. A four storey building is set back slightly from the existing building line in order to address the scale of the existing road context. The scheme proposes a series of pavilions which frame a hierarchy of semi-public and semi-private spaces stepping in line with the existing contours. 02 01 Main entrance view 02 Site plan 03 View from internal courtyards
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Rockbrook 02 At 1.75 million sq ft, this new urban centre is one of the largest specialised prefabrication residential developments in Europe. It comprises 1,300 apartments and 40 live-work units, plus 200,000 sq ft of office space and 250,000 sq ft of retail space. The development forms a pivotal centrepiece of the new urban centre at Sandyford, to the south of Dublin city centre. The Fleming Group in conjunction with HKR and Fusion is developing methods of construction and prefabricated systems to provide architecturally rich and diverse schemes. This project is believed to be the largest user of residential prefabrication in Europe. 01 View of internal boulevard 02 Model
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL Modular Construction With the advances that have been made The major benefits of using prefabricated in prefabricated construction it is now modules are: possible to build residential apartment 01 units or ‘modules’ for the project entirely › Reducing construction costs off site. › Reducing the time on site Each apartment combines several modules › Reducing complications with the coordination of trades which come complete with doors, windows and the internal fitout, including kitchens › Providing programme certainty and bathrooms, the heating system, the › Reducing the noise and dust generated plumbing, wiring and ducting. during the construction period › Reducing construction waste and The objective is to use fully completed improved recycling of construction modules where it is possible to just material in the factory ‘unwrap and add furniture’. › Factory applied quality control 02 03 04 01 Aerial view of partially complete Rockbrook site 02 Modules craned into position 03 Cladding and balconies being installed 04 Completed block
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 The Atlantic Quarter As part of the Eastern Gateway–Cork The guiding principle in the residential Docklands project, HKR has submitted layout is that of dual aspect residences. design proposals for two key sites on behalf Solar orientation and the opportunity for of Alleyquay Investments. solar heat gain have been used as a form generator for the scheme, which maximises The combined site area is 90,000 sq ft, with daylight and reduces energy loads. Extensive a development area of almost 320,000 sq ft. green roofs and rainwater re-use strategies augment the project’s sustainability HKR’s design comprises a mixed use approach. scheme, primarily residential with some retail. The scheme is centred around two 6 The design is compatible with prefabrication, storey blocks which will accommodate 217 which can be accomplished at almost any residential units comprising 1, 2 and 3 bed level of component, from bathrooms to the apartments plus penthouses and duplex entire residential units. units. 02 Sustainability is at the forefront of this development – ecological, social and 03 economic sustainability have all been considered. 01 Aerial view of Eastern Gateway Development 02 View of north west corner 03 HKR’s design in the landscape
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Glencairn 02 The proposed development at the Glencairn lands on the edge of the M50 motorway at Murphystown Road, County Dublin will contain over 400 apartments, a crèche and retail units. The development has been designed to maximise the benefit of its south west aspect and contains 4 blocks ranging in various heights. The residential units comprise 1, 2 and 3 bed apartments plus 2 and 3 bed duplex units. The entire development has been conceived with the flexibility to allow for the full prefabrication of apartments offsite. With site coverage of only 28% and the provision of basement parking, public open space and landscaping has been maximised. 01 View from road 02 Internal courtyard
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Conyngham Road 02 This one acre site in Dublin 7 will contain residential, offices and retail units. a mixed use development comprising 78 A pedestrian route through the site passes residential homes, offices, retail units and through the central courtyard which a crèche. incorporates a café terrace with views south over the river towards Kilmainham. The site has a fall of approximately 9 metres between its frontage on The layout and design of the development Conyngham Road and the River Liffey on will provide a vibrant, inner city complex its southern boundary. This has informed which rejuvenates this currently vacant the site strategy which configures the brownfield site. It will fully embrace the composition around a south facing river where it is proposed to provide a new courtyard with stepped terraces down to river walkway. the river. The development will consist of 4 blocks ranging in height from 6 storeys on the street to 9 storeys on the river front. Each block has varying configurations of 01 South facing courtyard 02 View from river
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Galleon Quay 02 Planning has been granted for 155 residential units at Galleon Quay in London E14, adjacent to Poplar Dock Marina and near Canary Wharf. The development, for Baladine Properties, has been designed to contribute to the townscape of this emerging urban quarter. It adds an ambitious and colourful building, creating a high quality, high density and sustainable residential development. Apartments have been clustered into a landmark 17 storey tower containing wintergardens and affording both spectacular views to residents and an architectural focal point for Galleon Quay. 01 Night shot 02 Waterfront view
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Albert Road 02 HKR was commissioned to design the to avoid any secondary structure renovation and extension of a private requirement, with glass fin beams and house on Albert Road in Dublin’s glass walls holding the glass roof. Sandycove. The internal environment of this glass The project brief was to provide for a glass room is controlled with integrated solar garden room extension. This was achieved shades fitted to the glass structure. by forming a glass external landscaped enclosure, with a glass room house This was a highly engineered complex extension sitting inside this external area. domestic project which involved a large team of specialists led by HKR. In order to ensure that the quality of the glass would be the defining feature of the project, particular care was taken in the detailed assembly of all components. As such, the glass has been used structurally 01 Front of house 02 Rear of house
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Grosvenor Square Number 11 Grosvenor Square in Dublin 6 is a large 3,000 sq ft end-of-terrace Georgian house which has undergone a comprehensive but sensitive and significant restoration by HKR Architects. The lands to the rear and side of the old house have also been developed and now contain 4 high-spec two bedroom mews houses designed by HKR. The mews houses are contemporary and of the highest quality, with combed limestone cladding on the exterior and an exceptional internal specification appropriate to this prestigious location. 02 03 01 Georgian house 02 View of mews houses 03 Sketch
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 02 At an average size of 950 sq ft, these mews houses are well-located, spacious and filled with light. The ground floor is open-plan with a kitchen and adjoining dining area which flows through to the sitting room – this in turn opens onto a lawned back garden. A key feature in each mews is a limestone staircase with glass and polished steel surround which leads upstairs to two bedrooms, both with floor-to-ceiling doors and en suite bathrooms. The bedrooms are connected by a glass bridge. 03 Each mews has its own off-street parking. 01 Limestone staircase 02 View from ground floor 03 Sketch of interior
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 The Beach House 02 02 The Beach House on the east coast of The design of this stunning site gave Ireland was designed around the client’s a rare opportunity to develop a unique wish to make the most of the sea view and characteristic home, with the main and feel an element of shelter from the residence at first floor level and exposing elements of coastal living. self-contained guest accommodation at ground level. The result is this contemporary house which cuts a bold insertion into the The horizontal nature of the design existing beachscape. follows the natural topography, allowing the building to relate to its surroundings The house has been orientated to while expressing the conceptual layout maximise the panoramic sea views to the of the house. This demonstrates a clear east and the finished building provides a architectural response to the difference sheltered courtyard to the west. between urban and beach living. The living spaces are clear and transparent, however they are anchored by strong boundary elements which achieves the privacy and clarity the client requires. 01 Sketch 02 View from beach
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Great Victoria Street 02 03 HKR has recently revealed its design plans for what will be the tallest building in Northern Ireland. At 37 storeys, the proposed 100+ metre high Aurora Tower on Belfast’s Great Victoria Street will contain 280,000 sq ft of residential living and 8,000 sq ft of commercial space. The Aurora Tower development will make a huge contribution towards the regeneration of Belfast. The £90 million scheme, by McAlister Homes, plans to be on site in 2009 with the tower completed in 2011. 01 Detail of tower 02 Entrance view 03 Tower by day
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 01 The Capital Centre 03 02 The Capital Centre project is located The building design takes the form of a on a prominent corner near the Abu split tower with the core located within a Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, central atrium space, providing a dynamic designed to support the new Exhibition and active experience for the guests in the Centre currently being extended and transition to and from the apartments. The redeveloped. atrium space will also bring natural daylight into the interior of the building. The site is 22,000 sq ft in surface area and has a target development area of 280,000 sq ft with a podium and tower of 26 stories and 4 levels of basement car parking. The building comprises 288 serviced apartments, 3 retail units, a restaurant, an executive lounge, a podium swimming pool, a gym and a multipurpose function room. In articulating the exterior form and massing of the building, the challenge is to create an exciting and visually dynamic form with a striking skyline and to optimise 02 the efficiency of the floorplates. 01 Aerial view 02 Sketch showing split tower 03 Daytime view
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 St John’s Road This new scheme in west London aims The scheme will also introduce green to provide a high quality, sustainable, roofs to each building and a variety of new residential development with a mix of planting species to increase the ecology private and affordable apartments and and biodiversity of the site, as well as family townhouses, creating a total of provide a stimulating landscape in which 49 new homes. to live. The accommodation is arranged in six buildings, three of which are for private housing and three designated for affordable housing. The site will include car parking and secure bicycle stores for each residential unit, as well as communal gardens, communal terraces, private balconies and a private garden for each townhouse. 02 03 01 Aerial view 02 View from road 03 Landscaped gardens
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 White Swan 02 Canary Wharf forms a dramatic backdrop for the White Swan development, also known as The Lighthouse. This is an exclusive residential development comprising 113 apartments including spacious penthouses with dramatic views of the River Thames in London Docklands. The White Swan development is confident and modern in style – there are four buildings, including a 12 storey tower, which sits on top of a basement car park. The landscaped gardens include an open amphitheatre which is set around a distinctive water feature. 01 View from internal courtyard 02 View from docklands
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Kingston Hall 02 This recently completed apartment building for Woodbridge Developments at Kingston Hall is located in a mature suburban area at Rathfarnham, Dublin. The finished development is 4 storeys with 51 apartments. The building is faced in brickwork, hardwood and stone cladding, with a pitched slate roof, creating a contemporary building suited for this suburban location. The building encloses a large private landscaped space, which includes a lawn, paved terrace and water features. The existing mature trees and a stream have been integrated into the landscape design. 01 Landscaped gardens 02 Entrance to apartments
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Skehan House 02 Skehan House in south county Dublin is a good example of a sustainable infill apartment development in a suburban setting close to good transport links. The natural features of the site have been exploited to create a unique and high quality environment. The development was completed in three phases. The site was acquired with an existing 1960s office building which was refurbished. The two additional phases of the development consist of new residential buildings within the existing mature landscape. 01 View from landscaped gardens 02 Apartment entrances
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Old Tramyard 02 The Old Tramyard site at Castle Street Dalkey, which is just over half an acre, has been designed to integrate with Dalkey Village centre. The old tramyard will become a courtyard extension of the public domain of Castle Street and will be permanently accessible. The development, providing for mixed use, will include 23 apartments and commercial units in three 3-storey blocks, arranged around an open courtyard, all over basement carpark. The design includes new hard and soft landscaping. The existing tramlines, along with gate piers, gates and cobble stones within the yard are protected structures and will be retained. The general building forms and height are designed to be in character to the location. 01 Aerial view 02 Internal courtyard
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Temple Lane 02 HKR’s design for Temple Lane is specifically tailored to its conservation setting on Lower Drumcondra Road. The development on this half acre site bounded by protected structures will consist of 2 residential blocks ranging in height from 3-4 storeys over basement car park. The two blocks, with a total area of 31,000 sq ft, will consist of 24 residential units of varying sizes, including 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and duplex units. The design proposal is of a compact courtyard development. The double height opening to this courtyard provides un-gated pedestrian access to the heart of the development. 01 Aerial view 02 View from road
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL HKR : RESIDENTIAL 01 Springfield Lane 02 This residential development at Springfield Five large private gardens are created at Lane in Salford is over 30,000 sq ft and first floor level for residents and there incorporates 77 apartments with balconies are also two roof gardens at fifth floor to and gardens. ensure that external space is maximised. In dealing with a brownfield site of Entrances are identified by double height contaminated land, this modern design red portals which glow in the evening and places car parking at ground floor further enhance activity at ground floor. with 4 and 5 stories of residential accommodation above, constructed from Steel and glass balconies with white brick timber frame and clad in grey brick. recesses help turn the corners and order the façade. All windows are full room At ground floor HKR’s design includes height, maximising daylight and adding to a continually changing lighting feature the spacious feel internally. behind translucent glass panels to add to the street life. 01 Façade detail 02 View from road
    • Our Offices dublin belfast hkr architects hkr architects 5 Schoolhouse Lane, 9 - 13 Waring Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. Belfast BT1 2DW, Northern Ireland. T: +353 (0)1 663 6400 T: +44 (0)28 9082 0900 F: +353 (0)1 663 6401 F: +44 (0)28 9082 0901 E: dublin@hkrarchitects.com E: belfast@hkrarchitects.com london prague hkr architects hkr prague s.r.o. Studio 7, Wootton Street, Myslbek, Na Pr íkope 19, ˇ ˇ London SE1 8TG, UK. 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic. T: +44 (0)20 7902 2770 T: +420 234 718 600 F: +44 (0)20 7902 2771 F: +420 234 718 699 E: london@hkrarchitects.com E: prague@hkrarchitects.com manchester bucharest hkr architects hkr architects romania s.r.l. The Pinnacle, 73 King Street, Strada Povernei 15-17, Floor 5, Ap 9, Manchester M2 4NG, UK. Bucharest 1, Romania. T: +44 (0)161 830 1850 T: +40 (0)21 313 1353 F: +44 (0)161 839 3056 F: +40 (0)21 313 1354 E: manchester@hkrarchitects.com E: bucharest@hkrarchitects.com WWW.HKRARCHITECTS.COM
    • HKR : RESIDENTIAL OUR CLIENTS — 02 IRELAND : A CAFFERKEY DEVELOPMENTS : ACC BANK : ADEPT CONSULTING : ADVANTAGE TECHNICAL CONSULTING : AGAR ESTATE AGENTS : AIB : ALANIS : ALBION ENTERPRISES : ALBURN : ALDAR PROPERTIES PJSC : ALEXANDER & LAW : ALLIED LONDON : AMICUS GROUP : ANALYTIC : ANDOREY DEVELOPMENTS : ANGLO IRISH BANK : ANM DEVELOPMENTS : API : APSYS : ARGENT GROUP : ARNOLD COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT : ARNOTTS : ARTHUR COX : ARTISAN : ASCON ROHCON : AWAS IRELAND : AWG : AZTEC PROPERTIES : BALLYMORE PROPERTIES : BALLYMUN REGENERATION : BANK OF IRELAND : BANK OF SCOTLAND : BANNON COMMERCIAL : BARBARY : BARRATT WEST LONDON : BARRETSTOWN : BEARING POINT : BELLWAY : BENNETT DEVELOPMENTS : BERMONDSEY DEVELOPMENTS : BEWLEYS : BIBLICO HOLDINGS : BL BEARA : BLACK HOLDINGS : BLACKTIE : BOND DAVIDSON : BOVALE DEVELOPMENTS : BOWEN CONSTRUCTION : BRAY TOWN COUNCIL : BRIAN O’DONNELL & PARTNERS : BRIDE STREET PARTNERSHIP : BRITE SAVERS : BRITISH LAND : BROADFIELD DEVELOPMENTS : BROOKES PARTNERSHIP : BRUNTWOOD : BURKE STAUNTON PARTNERSHIP : BURKEWAY CONSTRUCTION : BYRNE GROUP : C&G LOGISTICS : CAMPION PROPERTY : CARRICKHILL DEVELOPMENTS : CASTLEKEEL : CASTLEQUAY PROPERTY HOLDINGS : CASTLEROCK MOTORS : CASTLETHORN CONSTRUCTION : CENTROS MILLER : CHARLEMONT CLINIC : CHARTBUSTERS : CHARTER MEDICAL : CHESTERBRIDGE : CHURCHTOWN PARTNERSHIP : CIT : CITYGROVE : CLARENDON PROPERTIES : CLEARY DOYLE : CLIFDEN PROPERTY HOLDINGS : CLONTARF CASTLE LODGE : COLUMBIA GROUP : COMO GROUP : CORCORAN JENNISON : CORKE ABBEY INVESTMENTS : CRE8 : CROWNWAY INVESTMENTS : D&L PROPERTIES : DAISYHILL PROPERTIES : DAKOTA GROUP : DAMESFIELD : DAMIEN TANSEY & ASSOCIATES : DANCE IRELAND : DASNOC : DAVY HICKEY PROPERTIES : DAVYS : DE VERE GROUP : DEANSGRANGE BUILDERS : DELANEY LOCKE & THORPE : DELOITTE : DEPFA BANK : DILLON EUSTACE : DMG SERVICES : DRIMNAGH PROPERTY : DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL : DUBLIN DOCKLANDS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY : DUBLIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY : DUIGNAN MCCARTHY : DURKAN GROUP : E&M : EARLSFORT GROUP : EARTHQUAKE PROPERTY PARTNERS : ECM : EIRCOM : ELAN GROUP : ELECTROTECH : ELENCO ENGINEERING : EQUITY PROPERTIES : ERGO : ESB : EUROCARE INTERNATIONAL : EXPLORE INVESTMENTS : FANNIN HEALTHCARE : FARRINGDON PROPERTIES SARL : FEBVRE & CO : FIDUCIA GROUP : FINANSU KONSULTACIJU BIROJS : FINEOS : FITZGERALD GROUP : FKS PARTNERSHIP : FLORENCE PROPERTIES : FULCRUM : FUSANO PROPERTIES : G&T CRAMPTON : GALDEVAR CONSULTANTS : GANNON HOMES : GEORGE WIMPEY : GERRY DEANE PARTNERSHIP : GILMAC BUILDING SERVICES : GILROY GANNON : GLE PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS : GLENBARD CONSTRUCTION : GLENKERRIN HOMES : GLENKERRIN PROPERTY UK : GLENRYE PROPERTIES : GRANGEFIELD ESTATES : GRATTAN PROPERTIES : GRAYLING : GREEN PROPERTY : GRIFFIN GROUP : GUOMAN HOTELS : HABITAT FOR HUMANITY : HAMMONDS SOLICITORS : HARCOURT DEVELOPMENTS : HBG : HB REAVIS : HEALTH BOARDS EXECUTIVE : HENDERSON GLOBAL INVESTORS : HEX CAPITAL : HIBERNIAN INSURANCE : HIGHSTEAD PROPERTIES : HILLVIEW DEVELOPMENTS : HORTON L&M : HORUS CAPITAL : HOWARD HOLDINGS : HUGH JORDAN & CO : INTERCONTINENTAL HOTELS : INTERLOCK : INTERNATIONAL EQUESTRIAN CENTRE : ION EQUITY : IRISH AMERICAN MANAGEMENT : IRISH DEVELOPMENTS : IRISH LIFE ASSURANCE : IRISH PRISON SERVICES : IRISH PROPERTY UNIT TRUST : ISAACS HOTEL : J SISK & SON : JACOB FRUITFIELD : JERMON DEVELOPMENTS : JJ STAFFORD ENGINEERING : JOHN FLEMING CONSTRUCTION : JOHNSON & JOHNSON : JONES LANG LASALLE : JP DEVELOPMENTS : JPC PARTNERSHIP : JURYS DOYLE HOTELS : KARLEIGH : KEADEEN HOTEL : KENMORE PROPERTY GROUP : KEYSTREET DEVELOPMENTS : KILBERRY GROUP PROPERTIES : KINGSWOOD LANE DEVELOPMTS : KNIFE EDGE DEVELOPMENTS : KOMADY : LAING O’ROURKE : LALCO DEVELOPMENTS : LANDMARK DEVELOPMENTS : LINDEN DEVELOPMENTS : LINDERS OF SMITHFIELD : LIONCOURT CAPITAL : LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM : LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK : M&G HOMES : MACDONALD EGAN DEVELOPMENTS : MALL MANAGEMENT : MANKATO : MAPLEWOOD DEVELOPMENTS : MARKET HAVEN : MARKLAND HOLDINGS : MARRIOTT 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