Spanning four continents, Garland infrastructure projects can work in conjunction with wider project developments and range from general site development works to heavy civil elements. We also specialise in the delivery of standalone infrastructural essentials from water and effluent treatment and distribution schemes to roads, bridges and marine structures. Our international experience in this sector ensures that we understand what underpins various design solutions across different countries and continents and are flexible in the way we approach each project to offer the best solutions to our clients for their concepts and requirements.
Garland have planned and provided infrastructure for numerous industrial estates both across the country and internationally. Garland designed the site services and infrastructure for Ireland’s first new town at Shannon, Co. Clare and for the Belfield Campus of University College Dublin. This includes treatment plants, water towers, storm water outfalls and pumping stations. We have also designed other waste water treatment plants at various other locations throughout Ireland. Our road experiences range from providing estate roads and primary roads in Shannon and Raheen to the construction of the 82km Kabwe to Kapiri Mposhi and Chisamba Roads in Zambia. We were also involved in protection of 100km of railway along Dublin and Wicklow Coastline. Apart from our work in Ireland and Zambia we have completed numerous international infrastructure projects in Uganda, Ghana, Gambia and Mauritius.