Projects

While we may have started out in concrete 50 years ago, Kilsaran is proud of the way our business has expanded over the years. Below are just a few of the many projects we’ve undertaken in our four core sectors: Concrete, Dry Products, Paving & Walling and Contracting & Road Surfacing.

UCC Student Hub - Concrete & Aggregates

UCC Student Hub – Concrete & Aggregates

This project comprised of the construction of a new six storey Student Hub Building within the university campus. The building is used to provide student and administrative services and flexible learning spaces. The works involved demolitions, alterations and extensions to the existing Windle Building, the removal of some existing car parking spaces and new hard and soft landscaping.
St.Christophers Special School

St.Christophers Special School

St. Christopher’s Special School – Paving and Walling St. Christopher’s Special School caters for children with special educational needs based in Co. Longford Project Address: St. Christopher’s Special School, Battery Road, Abbeycarton, Co. Longford  Location: Leinster  Sector: Educational  Products Used: Newgrange Flag Paving  Lismore Block Paving Lismore Kerb  Client: St. Christophers Special School  Main Contractor: […]
INOVYN - Paving and Walling

INOVYN – Paving and Walling

INOVYN – Paving and Walling The INOVYN ChlorVinyls office development is four storeys in height. Themodern office spaces accommodate 475 employees. Project Address: Inovyn Chlorvinyls, Runcorn WA7 4EW Location: United Kindom  Sector: Commerical  Products Used: Pembroke Flag Paving  Newgrange Block Paving  Slane Block Paving  Client: Inovyn Chlorvinyls Ltd Quantity Used: 8000m2 Architect: Michael Laird Architects  […]
Liffey Valley Extension Unit 8  -  Paving and Walling

Liffey Valley Extension Unit 8 – Paving and Walling

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is one of many significant retail destinations in Dublin, easily accessed by car and by Dublin Bus, which operate 16 routes to and from the area.
Southern Regional Collage  -  Paving and Walling

Southern Regional Collage – Paving and Walling

The £15 million campus at Banbridge features 4500m2 of outstanding learning facilities which include a dedicated learning resource centre and an innovation hub
UCD Block D Residential Accommodation - KPRO and Paving & Walling

UCD Block D Residential Accommodation – KPRO and Paving & Walling

Phases 3 - 6. The purpose of this project is to maximise capacity for beds from c. 3,000 to c. 6,000.
University of Leeds ICEPS Building-  Paving and Walling

University of Leeds ICEPS Building- Paving and Walling

The new £96m Sir William Henry Bragg Building has created a 15,700m2 facility to support multi-disciplinary material research involving physicists, chemists, biologists and engineers.
Gaelscoil an Chollin and Saplings, Mullingar Primary School - Paving and Walling

Gaelscoil an Chollin and Saplings, Mullingar Primary School – Paving and Walling

This project consisted of two new Primary School Buildings with a shared vehicular access and set down area. Kilsaran provided Lismore Blocks and ClimaPave Lismore products in Natural and Charcoal both in a 3 size mix.
Kilkenny Riverside Gardens - Paving and Walling & KPRO

Kilkenny Riverside Gardens – Paving and Walling & KPRO

The project consists of civil and landscape works to create a 15m wide linear riverside public gardens to extend the River Nore Linear Park through Kilkenny City Centre. The area of the site amounts to 10,000m2 and includes landscaped gardens consisting of public lighting and associated ducting, site furniture, surface water drainage, surface finishes, trees, shrub planting and turf lawn installation together with novated specialist works for the design and installation of a Skate Park.
Broadstone Gate - KPRO

Broadstone Gate – KPRO

The Broadstone Gate will provide a key access to the Grangegorman site once complete and is being developed as part of the Luas Cross City works. It will be finished as a public plaza and the access will provide a major linkage between Grangegorman and Dublin City.
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