The demand for improved public facilities and spaces both refurbished and newly built is increasing throughout the world. Good quality planning and design of these buildings adds value not just as an individual project, but also to the community in which the buildings are situated. The diversity of our experience in this sector ranges from libraries and community centres to prisons and court houses. Tax-payer money demands the highest value and must stand-up against public scrutiny in terms of schedule, efficiency and performance. Garland understands and shares the huge pressure placed on clients who commission projects of this nature. We bring our multi-sector and international experience to help realise our clients’ concepts and ensure efficient, cost effective and attractive buildings that represent value for money, not only during construction but also during maintenance. At Garland, we provide our clients with buildings that the public and communities will be proud of.
Our public building experience includes the County Circuit Courthouse in Limerick and also the restoration and extension of Kilkenny Courtyhouse, Mount Merrion Church, Custom House, Rathkeale Library in Limerick, Prisons in Limerick, Mountjoy and Wheatfield, OPW Government Offices in Waterford and the award winning Waterways Visitor Centre at Ringsend.