PJ Hegarty

PJ Hegarty & Sons operates throughout Ireland and the UK, with offices in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and London. Its principal areas of operation are large complex projects in all sectors, including commercial, pharmaceutical, high-tech, hotel/leisure, residential and civil engineering.

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PJ Hegarty & Sons UC

Over 95 years in business, PJ Hegarty has built up significant resources and expertise and had a turnover of just over €500m in 2022. with 450+ people directly employed. Its primary activity is undertaking large, complex projects in commercial, retail, tourism, pharmaceutical, high-tech and institutional buildings, refurbishment and civil engineering works.

In addition to technical and plant resources, PJ Hegarty has a strong financial base, allowing the execution of multiple large projects simultaneously. The company’s success over the years is based on sound financial and management principles. It is this emphasis, combined with a solid base of traditional craft skills and professional management, that has placed it at the forefront of Irish contractors.

PJ Hegarty offers a full range of construction services, including management contracting, design & build, alliance/partnering and PPP contracts, in addition to traditional building arrangements. The range of work undertaken varies in type and size, from multi-million-euro contracts to small- and medium-sized projects.

PJ Hegarty
Tropical Fruit Warehouse, Dublin 2. (Photo courtesy of IPUT Real Estate)
PJ Hegarty
Spencer Place Residential, Dublin 1.

Recently completed projects

Recently completed projects include Tropical Fruit Warehouse, Dublin 2, for IPUT; Spencer Place Residential, a large residential block for Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) at Spencer Place, Dublin 1; new lab and admin building for Pepsi, Cork and new admin building for Boston Scientific, Cork.

Tropical Fruit Warehouse, completed in June 2022 for IPUT Real Estate Dublin, is a protected structure refurbished, reconfigured, extended, and adapted to house an 80,000-sq-foot, six-storey office development.

Refurbishment works were carried out in line with the meticulous detail required by the conservation team. They required restoration of the building in line with the original brickwork and natural stone façades. The original roof trusses from the 1890s were taken off-site for structural repair and complete restoration before being reinstalled in the building. The restored building is complemented overhead with a contemporary addition of two floating, fully glazed office floors which cantilever over the protected structure, providing panoramic views over the river Liffey.

The recently completed Spencer Place Residential project, at the heart of Dublin’s North Quays, offers some of Dublin’s most high-quality, modern, and vibrant living spaces. It provides over 390 much-needed homes, ideal for city living, with exclusive facilities for residents working from home to cater to the growing demand for hybrid working. State-of-the-art facilities include a 24-hour concierge service, an on-site gym, a cinema, and penthouse communal areas with views of Dublin’s skyline.

This development leads on sustainability, with all apartments boasting an A rating and design that achieves maximum energy efficiency, using a combination of high-performance building fabric materials and high-performance heating equipment. Over 50% Irish-made products have been used in creating these homes, reducing carbon use in the supply chains, and supporting the local economy.

The Boston Scientific project in Cork consisted of constructing a new administration building of approximately 3,220 sq metres on its campus at Business & Technology Park, Model Farm Road, Cork. The new facility includes a canteen, offices, meeting rooms and support areas over three storeys and is integrated with several existing structures on site. The site works include the relocation of 35 existing car parking spaces and the construction of additional 40 parking spaces in a new dedicated car parking area, a minor modification to the internal road layout, new landscape areas and planting to boundaries. The development is within the curtilage of a Protected Structure PS637, the former Munster Institute’.

Projects nearing completion

Projects nearing completion include Central Park in Sandyford, Dublin, for Henderson Park, a new pharmaceutical plant in the midlands and Phase 1 of a data centre in west Dublin and a major new cheese production facility for Kilkenny Cheese (a joint venture between Tirlán and Royal Aware)

Project pipeline

Projects on site or commencing shortly include Waterfront, a mixed-use development in Dublin 1 for RGRE; the extension and redevelopment of the Treasury Building for Google Ireland; works continue on a new pharmaceutical plant in Limerick; and a significant new office expansion in Cork.

PJ Hegarty & Sons UC

ADDRESS: Davitt Road, Inchicore, Dublin 12.

PHONE: 01 455 6270

WEB: www.pjhegarty.ie

LINKEDIN: PJ Hegarty & Sons

TWITTER: @PJHegartySons

KEY EXECUTIVES: John Hegarty, Executive Chairman; Kevin O’Brien, Operations Director (Eastern Region); Sean Carrigy, Operations Director (Southern & UK Regions)

KEY ACTIVITIES: General Building, Civil Engineering  Established in 1925, building contractor

YEAR-END: 31/12/2022