Alan O’Reilly Successful at Chartership Review

The entire team at PMCE would like to congratulate Alan O’Reilly on recently passing his Chartership Review with Engineers Ireland. Alan’s talent and work ethic has always been evident to his colleagues at PMCE, so it is great to see this recognised by his Peers within the engineering profession. We’re incredibly proud of Alan’s achievement, […]

PMCE lead the way in Road Safety Inspection design projects

PMCE were appointed by Wexford County Council to conduct a pilot project to design solutions for safety issues raised through the Road Safety Inspection (RSI) process. The project included six sites identifying issues relating to poor junction layouts, insufficient VRU/cyclist provisions and visibility splays.

The design process included continuous engagement with the client and representatives of […]

PMCE and TII Collision Study accepted to 6th International Symposium on Highway Geometric Design

PMCE were commissioned by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to conduct a collision study on a 75km section of motorway to determine if collision occurrence was higher than expected and to identify possible contributory factors.

Multiple data sets were used in the study including geometric data, collision records, weather data, SCRIM results, vehicle specification, speed data and […]

My Journey to Ireland and PMCE Consultants

My Journey to Ireland and PMCE Consultants – by Antonis Papadakis

I left Greece and came to Ireland on a midsummer’s day three months ago, seeking to make the leap from Construction to the Transportation sector, which I am most interested in, to broaden my horizons in an international environment, gain valuable knowledge, and to challenge […]

Ballinrobe Traffic Study Successfully Delivered to Mayo County Council

PMCE, in partnership with Clifton Scannell Emerson & Associates, successfully completed a Traffic and Transport Study of the town of Ballinrobe in Co. Mayo. PMCE were tasked with developing options to improve the movement of road users through Ballinrobe. PMCE developed an understanding of the existing traffic movements within Ballinrobe through a number of traffic […]

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 […]

PMCE deliver detailed road design on the N81

PMCE was appointed to develop a detailed road design on the N81 at Lisheen junction in South Dublin. The design included geometric design, drainage, signage, road markings, collision analysis and responsibilities as PSDP.

The detailed design was successfully delivered under a tight budget and an ambitious programme, with the works being completed in 2017. This project […]

PMCE investigate and develop prelim design for 7 sites in Co. Mayo

PMCE were commissioned by Mayo County Council to deliver Feasibility Design Reports for seven sites in Co. Mayo which were considered as high collision locations.

PMCE assessed collisions at each site over the last 3-5 years to determine, if any, the primary factor contributing to collision occurrence. Remedial measures were proposed for each site to reduce […]