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Planning permission granted for St. Marys School, Co.Mayo

Planning permission has recently been granted for the construction of the new St. Mary’s School in Ballina, Co. Mayo.

PMCE are delighted to have assisted in supporting this planning application through the delivery of a Traffic and Transport Assessment (TTA), which assessed the surrounding road layout for its ability to cater for the increased traffic demand […]

Planning permission granted for Cashel Palace Hotel Co. Tipperary

Planning permission has recently been granted for the refurbishment of the Cashel Palace Hotel, Cashel, Co. Tipperary. The refurbishment includes extending the existing hotel to provide additional guest accommodation, function facilities, a spa/leisure centre, additional car parking, associated landscaping, works to the public realm and ancillary services.

PMCE are delighted to have assisted in supporting this […]

PMCE, proud members of ACEI

PMCE has recently become members of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI), which represents the business and professional interests of firms and individuals engaged in Consulting Engineering. As a member of the ACEI, our clients can be assured that PMCE maintains excellent standing in the construction industry, and continues to provide high quality […]

Road Safety Inspections of Numerous National Routes on the Irish Network

Client: National Roads Authority (NRA)

PMCE Ltd., as part of a Consortium with Mouchel, were appointed by the National Roads Authority (NRA) in 2012 to carry out a series of Road Safety Inspections (RSIs), the first of their kind to take place in Ireland, of existing routes within the national road network, during the period 2012-2015.

The […]

Clifden to Maam Cross Proposed Road Development

Client: Roscommon National Roads Design Office (NRDO)

In December 2014, PMCE Ltd. were appointed by Roscommon National Roads Design Office (NRDO) as Road Safety Specialists for the proposed N59 Clifden to Maam Cross Road Development Scheme. The total length of the proposed development is 29.2 km.

PMCE Ltd. assessed the safety of the existing road network and […]

A26 Glarryford

Road Safety Audit Stage 1
Client: BAM/McCann JV

The objective of this scheme is to upgrade the A26 to category 5 dual carriageway standard on the stretch of single carriageway between Glarryford and the A44 Drones Road Junction, a distance of approximately 7.5 km.

The main objectives of the proposed scheme are to improve this length of the […]

N25 New Ross Bypass

Client: Dragados

Project Description:
The proposed scheme involved a number of alterations to the existing road layout at New Ross, Co. Wexford. These alterations would facilitate the proposed development of a new bypass scheme which included 14.6km of dual carriageway along the N25 & N30 national routes and 1.2km of single carriageway on the N30 at New […]

Ongar Castaheany Cycle Network Scheme

Client: Clifton Scannell Emerson Associates (CSEA)

Project Description

The Ongar Cycle Network Scheme was implemented by former Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar, and is part of a range of walking, cycling and public transport projects in the Dublin 15 area, achieved through government funding of €1.8 million.

The scheme involved the improvement of access and movement around the […]

Bóthar na dTreabh Multi-Modal Corridor Improvement Scheme

Multiple Road Safety Audit Stages
Client: AECOM

In 2011 PMCE Ltd. were commissioned by AECOM to conduct Road Safety Audits (RSAs) on the proposed Bothar na dTreabh (N6) Multi-Modal Corridor Improvement Scheme.
The proposed Bothar na dTreabh (N6) Multi-Modal Corridor Improvement Scheme extends between Browne Roundabout and Lynch Roundabout to the north of Galway City. The proposed works […]

N3 Mulhuddart Interchange Upgrade

Road Safety Audit Stage 3
Client: Clifton Scannell Emerson Associates (CSEA)

The N3 Mulhuddart Interchange carries the R121 Regional Road over the N3 National Primary route at Blanchardstown, west Co. Dublin. The upgrade works involved:-

the construction of a new four-span bridge on the western side of the existing interchange overbridge to carry northbound R121 traffic through the […]