Recent few weeks have seen some fantastic industry success for Lyons O’Neill with industry recognition for the quality of our work and all we do to push the sector forward.
Conversion projects are something of a unique undertaking – and Lyons O’Neill are currently involved in two large scale projects of this nature, each bringing their own challenges and ensuing approaches.
Every design project is different, taking into account the individual aims and factors governing a project, and this means engineers are skilled in creating structures of all shapes and sizes. But structures don’t just vary in space, they vary in time – as seen with exhibition spaces.
It’s no secret that our industry is rapidly changing. So how do civil and structural design services fit into the 21st century design journey? From planning through to construction, find out more about the evolved role of engineering.
Along with working on all of our projects, Lyons O’Neill’s Directors have been busy sharing their industry insights with the press.
There can be a misconception regarding modern architecture in that it’s all about sharp lines, minimalism and smooth, glass surfaces. Though on many projects this may be the case, good design is all about working with and caring about the client’s needs and the historical and natural context of each project, whether it’s a new build or a refurbishment.
Education design doesn’t have the best reputation. When you think back to old school days many of us have memories of dilapidated buildings and outdated classrooms. But it doesn’t have to be this way: done right, the education sector is the home of innovation and cutting-edge design.
Last month, on the 22 September, Lyons O’Neill was involved in a Guinness World Record attempt.
Last week Director Damian O’Neill attended the eighth annual Education Building Forum.