We have recently achieved successful Practical Completion on the Oncology & Day Ward Extension project for the Bon Secours Health System CLG. We were delighted to deliver this project in partnership with the client, design team, and all of our subcontractors and suppliers.
Bon Secours CLG, O’Connell Mahon Architects, Homan O’Brien, Donnelly Troy & Associates, David Turner & Associates, Daire Byrne & Associates, Lotts Architecture & Urbanism

New Residential Project Start at St. Finbar’s Road Cabra

We are excited to have commenced our site set-up for the development of 46 apartments on St. Finbar’s Road Cabra for Dublin City Council. Looking forward to delivering these homes in partnership with Dublin City Council, Seán Harrington Architects, Cogent Associates Ireland, Levins Associates, Fearon O’Neill Rooney Consulting EngineersSemple & McKillop Consulting Engineers, Assigned, and OLM Consultancy

Staff Meeting on our Acadmic Hub & Library project at Grangegorman

An informative staff team meeting was held on our Academic Hub & Library project this week. Thanks to the OHLA-Townlink JV team for the great welcome and for facilitating us. Also thanks to Michael Doheny for the project overview and site tour showcasing the North House, and new Academic Hub buildings North and South.

Grangegorman Development Agency Technological University Dublin O’Donnell + Tuomey Nyland Consulting Horganlynch Consulting Engineers (HLCE) Max Fordham LLP Duke McCaffrey i3PT OHLA Group Tyrone Formwork Ltd



Toolbox Talk on our Grangegorman Academic Hub & Library Project for Construction Safety Week

Anthony McGill (Mantis Cranes) and Stephen Cunningham (OHLA-Townlink) discussing the hazards associated with mechanical lifting operations on the Grangegorman Academic Hub & Library project for Construction Safety Week. OHLA Group Mantis Cranes Ltd JJ Duffy Construction Ltd. Tyrone Formwork Ltd RBR Conservation CONNAUGHT CONTRACTORS LIMITED CRAWFORD & CO SCAFFOLDING LIMITED

Drogheda Civic Offices Contract Signing

We are delighted to have been appointed by Louth County Council to construct their new Civic Offices in Drogheda. The new building combined with the refurbishment of the former council chamber historic buildings is a very prestigious project and will bring new life to the Fair Street area. We are looking forward to working with LCC and the entire design team BDP multidisciplinary, Aecom, Alastair Coey Architect, JGA, DCON & OHAC to realise what will be a fantastic project

Joan Martin, CEO, Louth County Council with David Caulfield and Joe McCarron, Townlink Construction Ltd at the signing of the contract for the refurbishment of Drogheda Civic Offices, Fair Street, Drogheda, watched by Cllr. James Byrne, Mayor of Drogheda and Cllr. Pio Smith, Cathaoirleach of Louth County Council. Photo: Aidan Dullaghan/Newspics