October 2016: Warehouse extension for Clonmel Healthcare underway!

  Tom O’Brien’s are delighted to have commenced works to a large new warehouse extension for Clonmel Healthcare Limited in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. Works will include the brand new construction of an extension to an existing warehouse, re-modelling of site entrances, the relocation of live utilities and services and all ancillary site works. Works are […]

Read more »

October 2016: GROW HQ Opening

  All at Tom O’Brien Construction are delighted to see GROW HQ opening it’s doors this week! It was great to see the Café full of happy customers! Well done to all members of the Design team, Tom O’Briens’ Contracts Manager Dan Casey, Foreman Derek O’Connor, QS Nicky Furness and all the Tom O’Brien team […]

Read more »

September 2016: Christchurch NS Complete!

Tom O’Brien Construction are delighted to see works complete and Christchurch National School open on time for the start of the new school term. There was a large scope of works involved in this €1.3m project, including the demolition of and refurbishment to existing 1950’s and 1980’s school buildings. Also included were major excavation works […]

Read more »

August 2016: Seedtech project underway at Belview Port

Seed Technology is a fifth generation Waterford owned business. They are a leading wholesale seed company selling directly to large and small retailers throughout the market. Based in Ballymountain, Seed Tech are investing in new facilities close to Belview Port. They in turn have sought out  another Waterford owned business to help them meet their expansion requirements. Tom […]

Read more »

August 2016: Conservation works underway at St. Mollerans Church, Carrick-on-Suir

We have now begun conservation works to Saint Molleran’s Church in Carrick-on-Suir. The church, which stands on the site of a 13th century friary, is an historic part of the town and a major part of the community and the boundary walls were constructed during the famine. Having previously completed similar heritage works to St. […]

Read more »

May 2016: Tom O’Brien awarded Safe-T-Cert A grade

Tom O’Brien’s are delighted to have followed up last years Safe-T-Cert A grade accreditation by being awarded the same mark for 2016! The award of the highest Safe-T-Cert grade possible indicates the importance placed on all matters Health and Safety by members of the Tom O’Brien team. Safe-T-Cert is a certification scheme designed for certifying […]

Read more »

April 2016: Contracts Signed at GROW HQ

Tom O’Brien Construction were delighted to be joined on site this week by the GIY team and all members of the Design team for the contract signing of Grow HQ! Located at Ardkeen Waterford, works to GIY’s new HQ are approaching the halfway stage and progressing excellently. Pictured (L-R): Laura Firth HKTT, Tom O’Brien MD […]

Read more »

March 2016: Harbour Office works underway in Dunmore East

Tom O’Brien Construction are delighted to have commenced works to the Harbour Master Offices in Dunmore east, Co. Waterford. This exciting project further extends our relationship with both the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, and Bord Iascaigh Mhara. We have previously completed two ice plants for Bord Iascaigh Mhara in Kilmore Quay, Co. […]

Read more »

February 2016: St. Paul’s Community College Complete

Tom O’Brien Construction have successfully completed works at St. Paul’s Community College, Lisduggan, Waterford. This project consisted of the refurbishment of 3 Science rooms, associated prep rooms, stores and demonstration rooms. Tom O’Brien’s carried out the complete redecoration of all rooms to give a complete aesthetic upgrade. Tom O’Brien’s worked closely with the appointed mechanical […]

Read more »

January 2016: Works underway at WIT

Tom O’Brien Construction are delighted to announce that we have signed a contract with Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) to complete the multi-purpose sports arena building at WIT’s Carriganore Sports Campus, and works are now underway. The completion of the building will include a 2,000 sq m ‘aula maxima’ or great hall where large scale […]

Read more »
To top