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4 Camden Quay
Cork City
Cork
Ireland

Tel: 021 4253036
Fax: 021 4253038

www.jla.ie






Leahy & Associates Architects Ltd.
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LEAHY & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS LTD is a design-led architectural practice based in the heart of Cork City offering a range of expertise across many project types to both our existing and to new clients. The practice was established in 1984 and quickly gained a reputation for innovative residential projects. The practice has grown in recent years and now consists of four architects, technical and support staff. A substantial part of the workload of the office is repeat business from a well established client base. The practice provides a range of services including project management, site selection and acquisition appraisal, client brief development, masterplanning, architecture, interior design and Project Supervisor Design. The senior practice personnel have long experience in the design and construction of many project types including education and sheltered housing schemes, apartment and housing developments in city , suburban and rural locations, industrial and business parks, mixed use commercial and residential schemes. Current projects include a €50 million mixed development in Cork City centre incorporating a 120 Bedroom Hotel, Leisure Centre and 80 residential units on a unique landmark riverfront site. Leahy & Associates are also working on a 225 dwelling residential development of detatched, semi-detached and townhouses in Cobh Co Cork, a 32-unit apartment development in Blackpool, Cork City, a Respite Care Facility for Cope Foundation, a 70-unit apartment and townhouse scheme in Douglas, Cork, and have completed an innovative low-energy prototype office facility for Cork County Council in Macroom, Co Cork. LEAHY & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS LTD is a fully computerised practice using networked CAD workstations and plotters operating Autocad 2002. It is also a Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland registered practice and RIAI accredited Conservation Practice Grade 3.

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