New Build Projects

Professional Engineering Response

LeeMcCullough New Build projects reflect our philosophy of seeking excellence in engineering design, structural cost efficiency and professional service delivery.

Over the years we have addressed and resolved many architectural design challenges through economic, efficient and, where required, innovative design schemes.

At LeeMcCullough we seek to find new and more effective ways of delivering value on our projects whether this is achieved through innovative design solutions and / or the use of new technology and modern construction materials.

On New Build Projects we:

  • Recognise and respond to our clients aspirations ideas and values.
  • Facilitate and support creative architectural design
  • Identify and explore innovative engineering solutions
  • Deliver practical, buildable and cost effective solutions
  • Work collaboratively as members of the project team

Our Clients are assured of a truly professional service, delivered on time and in a cost efficient manner.

Irish Times Clock
The Irish Times / Henry J Lyons Architects

When The Irish Times moved from their offices on Westmoreland Street, they decided that they should take their landmark clock with them and have it erected on their new offices on Tara St.
Irish Times Clock Project »

Bannow Road Depot
Dublin City Council / Michael Collins & Associates

In 2002 LeeMcCullough were asked to take part in a feasibility study for extending and upgrading the existing Dublin City Council drainage maintenance depot at Bannow Road.
Bannow Road Depot Project »

Trinity Point 10-11 South Leinster Street
AC Forde / Shay Cleary Architects

New six storey office block on site of former 1960s office building.
Trinity Point Project »

One Warrington Place
David Arnold / Henry J Lyons Architects

This large steel-framed structure occupies a prominent position at Warrington Place on the banks of the Grand Canal.
Warrington Place Project »

Royal St George Yacht Club
Royal St. George Yacht Club / Michael Collins & Associates

LeeMcCullough were approached by the committee of the Royal St. George Yacht club to advise on the redevelopment of their landmark harbour club house on the water front in Dun Laoghaire harbour.
Royal St George Yacht Club Project »

Crampton Court
Dublin City Council / Downey MacConville Architects

This Victorian courtyard was built in 1891 by the Dublin Artisan's Dwelling Company, and features two storeys of apartments over ground floor retail (mostly restaurants) over basement.
Crampton Court Project »

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Project Categories

Domville Wood
DTA Architects

This project consisted of the construction of 77 social housing apartments on a green field site at Santry Demense, Fingal.
Domville Wood Project »

NABCO / Gerry Cahill Architects

In 2004 Lee McCullough became involved in the development of over 230 houses, apartments and community facilities for NABCO, the National Association of Building Cooperatives, at a site in Tyrrelstown, Dublin.
Tyrellstown Project »

Franciscan Sisters Generalate Gidford Road
Dublin City Council / Downey MacConville Architects

The project entails the construction of a new residential and communal facility for the Franciscan Sisters at their Generalate Headquarters at Sandymount, Dublin.
Franciscan Sisters Generalate Gidford Road Project »

Laurel Avenue Housing
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council / Gerry Cahill Architects

This project consisted of the demolition of 8 blocks of three storey terrace houses, totalling 61 houses originally constructed in 1977, and the construction of 77 social residential units, completed in three phases.
Laurel Avenue Housing Project »

14-16 South Gloucester Street
Maple Holdings + NABCO / Brian Hogan Architects

This large development comprised a basement car park supporting a six storey private apartment block with ground floor office space and a four storey block of NABCO social housing.
14-16 South Gloucester Street Project »

Clontarf Parish Centre
Church of Ireland Parish of Clontarf / Michael Mohan Architects

Following completion of work at Clontarf church of Ireland Church to restrain and restore some leaning gable wall (which leaned by as much as 200mm), LeeMcCullough were commissioned to provide structural advice to Michael Mohan Architects for a new parish centre.
Clontarf Parish Centre Project »

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