Gilroy McMahon is one of Ireland's leading architectural practices. We
have been responsible for the design and execution of some of the country's
most interesting and successful building projects. A varied portfolio
has given us an opportunity to develop design solutions in keeping with
contemporary and future client needs. Our current and recently completed
projects demonstrate the diversity of work undertaken by the practice.
Gilroy McMahon's practice has been built on skill, hard work, continuing
education and rejuvenation, track record and success at competition. We
have won numerous awards of merit with some at European level such as
the RIAI Triennial Gold Medal for Excellence for Croke Park and the RIAI
Silver Medal for Architectural Conservation for the refurbished National
Museum at Collins Barracks.
For the part number of years Gilroy McMahon has retained an architectural
staff of approximately twenty four and an administrative and backup staff
of seven. We have been careful to recruit our architectural staff from
varied educational and professional backgrounds in Ireland and abroad.
We have the experience, expertise and imagination to deal with projects
The quality policy of Gilroy McMahon as an Architectural Practice is
to provide our Clients with a professional service second to none, to
procure their objectives by insisting on excellence in project management,
cost and programme control and quality of building product.